For sure the cops in Union Territory whether from J&K Police or paramilitary forces, officers or junior ranks, all are presently facing toughest time of their professional career as they are confronting with multitude of challenges starting from household crimes to hardcore, separatism to subversive, petty violence to state-sponsored (Pak) terrorism and now a relatively unprecedented one with invisible enemy (coronavirus) and thoughtless acts of foolhardy lot of society which are posing risk to entire population by brazenly defying advisories issued by concerned authorities. With such plentiful factors accumulating stress at the backend of minds of cops who are always on tenterhooks for the aforesaid reasons besides tensions associated with normal chores of life, it becomes imperative for them to cope-up with pressure skillfully to continue to work with thorough efficacy and lead a life which is cherished and contented.
There is no doubt that increasing work pressure can trigger stress among cops as it shrinks social life and also leads to family and health problems. If not tackled tactfully this could lead to depression and anxiety, and can affect the professional as well as personal life of cops. A robust counselling mechanism is needed to address the issue and under the prevailing situation such a mechanism is of utmost importance. In this regard, Jammu and Kashmir DGP Dilbag Singh in a laudable gesture on Tuesday has advised his men to be “very careful” in handling the current situation in the wake of coronavirus outbreak. Inspiring the men in uniform in a very appropriate manner, the top cop of J&K said that the Jammu and Kashmir Police along with other security forces have contributed in a big way in handling tough situations together and with the cooperation of people of UT the mission of containing the spread of COVID-19 will also be accomplished with flying colours with no harm to anyone. Surely, this was the right track for bringing in vibrancy and ebullience among belt forces to enable them to carry out their difficult tasks in a manner which is highly professional and with great ease. Successfully coping up stress by cops will ensure that soon newly carved out UT of J&K will be crime free, terror free and also corona free with people allowed to move freely and fervently without any scare of disease or delinquent.
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