SRINAGAR: Stressing on the need for close coordination among security forces and civil administration to maintain peace and order in the state, Special DG Coordination/ Law & Order, SP Vaid said that peace is imperative for eradicating miseries and problems of general public.
Chairing meetings of Police, CFPF, Army and Civil officers at Kupwara and Handwara, Vaid deliberated on various issues relating to law and order situation in north Kashmir districts.
The meetings were attended by Special DG CRPF SN Srivastav, GOC 28th Division Maj Gen Harrinder Singh, IG (Ops) CRPF Zulfikar Hassan and DIG NKR Baramulla Uttam Chand.
Officers representing various security agencies briefed about the measures taken on different fronts to safeguard public properties and maintaining internal order.
Addressing the meetings, Vaid expressed satisfaction with regard to security management, despite continuing challenges on many fronts. He stressed for achieving high level of convergence and observed that joint efforts of the security agencies would result in curbing the inimical elements and enable a peaceful atmosphere.
While reviewing law and order situation in the border areas and analysing issues relating to attempts of trouble makers to disturb day-to-day activities of the people, Vaid called upon the officers for continued close coordination. He stressed the vital importance of restraint, while dealing with the situation and emphasised on use of minimum force.
Vaid also interacted with the senior citizens at Kupwara and emphasised for police-public cooperation to keep peace and order in the districts. He listened to the problems of people and gave on- spot instructions to redress their grievances.
The meetings were also attended by DC Kupwara Rajiv Ranjan, SSP Kupwara Shamsher Hussain, SP Sopore Harmeet Singh, SP Handwara Ghulam Jeelani Wani and other officers.
Karnataka college invites Kashmiris for free coaching for NEET Srinagar: The Shaheen Group of Institutions Bidar (Karnataka) has invited applications from talented students of Kashmir for NEET-2017 examination.
In a statement, the group said the five-month training will be free of charges with separate residential campuses for boys and girls.
“Interested candidates can send their forms through e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org/ email@example.com up to October 2. The merit list will be displayed on October 5. Forms can be downloaded from our website www.shaheengroup.org,” it said.
“For further details please contact our Nodal Officer Prof Syed Hidayathulla, Director IIBS Kupwara Kashmir, who can be reached through phone (9419730383/ 9622672103),” the group informed.