Strategically planned final assault needed for terror-free J&K: DGP
Jammu: Director General of Police, Dilbag Singh on Monday said that a strategically planned final assault was needed to wipe out terrorism from Jammu and Kashmir.
“We (J&K Police) have to put in more efforts to consolidate peace and stability in Jammu and Kashmir,” the DGP said while chairing a high level crime review meeting at Police Headquarters, Jammu today, police spokesman said in a prèss release.
Addressing the meeting, the DGP said that with the joint efforts of police and other security forces, the security situation in the union territory has shown marked improvement during the past around three years and added that the “bandh call culture” in Kashmir has almost ended completely.
He directed the officers to increase the area domination, particularly in border areas to restrict the terror activities.
The DGP said that “at present we have reduced number of active terrorists in J&K” and added that “strategically planned final assault is required to march towards a terror-free Jammu and Kashmir.”
According to the police spokesman, the DGP stressed for “going all out to demolish the terror ecosystem” which he said is “providing oxygen to the terror ranks”.
He said that investigators have to equip themselves with best investigation skills and take each and every necessary measure to ensure conviction of UAPA, narco and other sensitive cases in the court of law.
Stressing for meticulous follow-up of each case, he directed for placing one officer at every district headquarters for result-oriented investigation.
The DGP also directed the officers to dispose of the pending cases on the basis of their sensitivity in the shortest possible time.
Stressing for intensified war on drugs, the DGP said that it not only affects our younger generation but major amount of terror funds is being generated from narcotics trafficking.
The DGP also complimented the police for successful conduct of Amarnath Yatra and Independence Day events held across Jammu and Kashmir.