Director General of Police visits PCR Complex, Zainakot
Srinagar: Director General of Police Jammu and Kashmir, Dilbag Singh, who is currently on weeklong tour in Kashmir valley, today visited Police Complex PCR Kashmir and Zainakot in Srinagar.
A police spokesman said that accompanied by IGP Kashmir Vijay Kumar and DIG Central Kashmir, Amit Kumar, the DGP first visited PCR Complex Kashmir and later visited Zainakot Srinagar, which are proposed sites for an NGO/OR Mess and a police Housing Colony respectively for Jammu and Kashmir police personnel.
At PCR, the DGP inspected various units and enquired about the facilities available to the Jawans. The DGP was briefed by SSP PCR, Shahid Mehraj, and other officers regarding the functioning of these units and facilities being provided to the police personnel. The officers during their briefing highlighted some requirements, said the spokesman.
The DGP directed the officers to identify suitable land in PCR complex for construction of an NGO mess and also impressed upon improvements in the present facilities.
The DGP later visited the proposed site for the construction of a Police housing Colony in Zainakot area in Srinagar. The land has been allotted to J&K Police from the government to fulfill housing needs. The DGP discussed with the technical team of PCD and SSP Srinagar regarding the construction of the project on the spot, said the spokesman.