SRINAGAR: DG’s of Jammu and Kashmir Police and Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) have decided to bring in better synergy among the agencies, besides joint training programmes for the personnel in order to enhance their capabilities ensuring security of the people.
According to official reports, Director General CRPF, K. Durga Prasad called on Director General of Police, K. Rajendra Kumar at Police Headquarters (PHQ) here today. They jointly reviewed overall situation and various matters related to deployment of forces, besides coordination for ensuring safety and security of the people.
Prasad was accompanied by Additional DG CRPF, S.N. Srivastava, IG CRPF Operations (Headquarters), Zulfikar Hasan and IG CRPF, Atul Karwal.
The senior officers discussed deployment of Police and CRPF personnel at different fronts and deliberated on coordination among the sister Organizations for ensuring peace and security in the State.
During the interaction, officers discussed deployment of police and CRPF personnel for the forthcoming Shri Amar Nath Yatra commencing from July 2nd, 2016. It was decided that interactions at different levels would enhance coordination and ensure smooth conduct of Yatra.
Rajendra said that JKP has already formulated a comprehensive deployment plan for the smooth conduct of Yatra. He said that sufficient manpower from different agencies would be deployed from Lakhanpur to Holy Cave on the both routes of Yatra. Communication network would be established along the routes in order to ensure communication and coordination among the agencies at all levels.
DG CRPF assured that full cooperation would be made available for ensuring peaceful Yatra. He said that CRPF would stand by JKP shoulder to shoulder and make the efforts fruitful.
Special DG (Coordination), SK Mishra, ADsGP, Navin Agarwal and VK Singh were also present in the discussions.