Kashmir situation to improve further in next four months: J&K DGP
Ganderbal: Director General of Police (DGP), Dilbag Singh on Tuesday said that the situation in Kashmir will further improve in the next four months
Talking with media in Ganderbal, while Additional DGP Vijay Kumar shared details about the Shopian encounter, DGP Dilbag Singh said that the security situation was “most peaceful” in Kashmir at present.
“Dal Lake is looking more beautiful and tourists are coming despite the fall in temperatures. Some militant modules are active to sustain militancy, otherwise, the outfits have been by and large wiped out,” he said.
The DGP said that the security situation was improving with each passing day. “In the next three to four months, the situation will be more peaceful,” he said.
To a query about threats being issued by TRF, the DGP said that these are tactics to keep the fear of militancy alive and “this all is being done by the ISI”.
“These people are targeting non-locals, minorities, and innocents. Pakistan can’t decide who will live in Kashmir. It is the J&K government that will decide who has to stay in Kashmir to work here,” he said.
“Anti-militancy operations are going on. Remaining elements of militancy will be cleaned very soon,” he said, adding that people need not fear.