JAMMU: In the aftermath of terror strike on Sunjwan army camp, the district administration has expressed its displeasure over poor policing and lack of awareness among the house owners to ensure complete verification of tenants.
As State police and intelligence agencies are working over time to gather information about the three terrorists and their sympathisers it is becoming difficult to zero in on the real culprits who had sheltered these terrorists in Jammu and extended full logistics support to them to launch a terror strike.
Since large number of tenants are occupying different houses across densely populated residential areas on the outskirts of Jammu the local police stations have very less information available with them.
Despite issuing warnings and spreading awareness the State police has failed to convince the house owners about the importance of tenant verification.
Recently during her visit to the State, Union Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman also raised the issue of local support and announced NIA is scrutinising the evidence before compiling a comprehensive report.
Senior district authorities who were facing the heat from senior government functionaries also claimed the State police failed to pay heed to notices circulated by them from time to time. Secondly the issue of illegal sale of combat uniform across different outlets to unauthorised persons have also come to haunt the State Government agencies responsible for implementing the order of the district magistrate.
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