BJP MLC, Vibodh Gupta in a meeting with DGP, Dr S.P Vaid.
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JAMMU: BJP MLC Vibodh Gupta on Thursday met DGP, Dr S.P Vaid and discussed various issues of police personnel who sacrificed their lives for the sake of nation.
He discussed the security scenario and suggested that improvements in professional efficiencies and accountability at grass root level which would garner public cooperation in efforts in different areas of policing.
Gupta said “Rajouri Police is doing good job in curbing the drug menace. There should be no laxity in the fight against terrorism and drug abuse, which is our major concern for maintaining peace and communal harmony.” He also stressed for enhancing the surveillance in border areas and efficient measures for the security of the people.
To keep the morale of police personnel high, Gupta emphasized for enhancing their living and working facilities. If the difficulties of cops in the field are addressed properly, their conviction towards public service would be doubled, he added.
Gupta said that all precautions should be taken to protect police personnel from militant attacks and stone pelting when they are on duty. He said that bullet proof vehicles and protective gear-heads should be put to maximum use and also proper care should be taken of the weapons allotted to the people on guard, escort and other general duties.
Gupta also hailed the decision of Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) regarding the announcement for providing Rs 30 lakh special ex-gratia to the next of kin of Jammu and Kashmir Police martyrs thus meeting the long pending demand projected by the State Government and also endorsed by Centre Government’s Special Representative, Dineshwar Sharma.
The DGP Vaid assured Vibodh Gupta that all possible efforts will continue in future so that the people of the State would be saved from death and destruction. He further assured that necessary steps shall be taken to curb the drug menace from the society.
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