DGP takes stock of yatra arrangements along National highway
SRINAGAR, JULY 07: Director General of Police J&K, Dilbag Singh, along with other senior police officers on Sunday visited the base camps and other important points along the National highway.
DGP along with IGP Kashmir S.P. Pani, DIG Central Kashmir V K Biridi and DIG South Atul Goel inspected the security arrangements put in place for the Yatra route from Srinagar, Pantha Chowk to Marhama Sangam and inspected the access control and traffic regulation at different points. He discussed the required arrangements with the deployed officers at these places and briefed them accordingly.
At Sangam Mirhama, while interacting with the deployed officers and jawans DGP emphasized upon them to follow the security plans strictly and efficiently for the security of the yatries. He directed them to be extra vigilant and make use of all available resources to ensure peaceful conduct of the yatra. He also stressed for smooth regulation of traffic at different points on the national highway.
SSP Anantnag Altaf Ahmad Khan and SSP Awantipora Tahir Saleem and other jurisdictional officers apprised the DGP about the security measures adopted for smooth conduct of Amaranth Ji Yatra.
DGP had visited all important places at national highway from Srinagar to Shaitani nalla last week and took a detailed review of the security and traffic arrangements at these places.
Earlier in the evening, DGP accompanied J&K Governor, Satya Pal Malik, to Panthachowk Yatri Transit camp where Governor took stock of the living and other arrangements for the Yatris. Malik interacted with the yatris who expressed satisfaction and gratitude for the excellent arrangements in place by the state