Srinagar: Director General of Police S P Vaid on Monday reviewed the security situation in south Kashmir and asked officers to continue to coordinate with security agencies for fighting militancy in the state.
The Director General of Police (DGP) was briefed on the overall security situation in the region and the strategy being adopted to continue the fight against militants and other crimes in a high-level meeting, a spokesman said here.
The state’s police chief also stressed on the need to coordinate with all security agencies to deal with militants and other anti-national elements, he said.
The DGP also addressed a gathering of police personnel where he said he was proud of the excellent work done in Kulgam and in the south Kashmir region, the spokesman said.
During his interaction with citizens of Kulgam, Vaid hailed the support of the people in the fight against drugs and also sought their assistance in curbing other social crimes in the district. He promised to look into the grievances put forth by the people attending the meeting, the spokesman said.
Inspector General of police, Kashmir Zone, Muneer Ahmad Khan, DC Kulgam, Talat Parveez Ruhela, SSP, Kulgam, Shridhar Patil, 2IC 18th Bn CRPF, Rajeev Lochan, CO 24 Bn CRPF, Sumant Kumar Jah, CO 163rd Bn CRPF, Daljeet Singh, CO 1st RR, Col Aiman Mukharjee, CO 62 RR, Col Monu Sudhan and Additional SP Kulgam, Ajaz Ahmad attended the security review meeting.
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