DGP, GOC 15 corps review security in Handwara

DGP, GOC 15 corps review security in Handwara
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SRINAGAR: Director General of Police, J&K Dilbag Singh, GOC 15 Corps Lt. Gen. A.K Bhatt accompanied by senior officers of Army, Police, CRPF held a joint security review in Handwara.
A statement said that The DGP and GOC 15 Corps held a joint security review with the officers of Army, BSF, CRPF and Police in the District Police Lines, Handwara. The joint meeting was attended by GOC Kilo Force Maj. Gen. D.P. Pandey, IGP (Ops) CRPF Zulfikar Hassan, , IGP Kashmir Zone S.P Pani, , SP Handwara Ashish Mishra, and Commandants of Army and CRPF.
Addressing the officers, the DGP J&K Dilbag Singh emphasised that the existing cooperation and synergy between different forces is to be further strengthened to combat the militancy and also to ensure smooth conduct of the local governance elections.
He expressed his happiness that the synergy exhibited by the security forces at the ground level is the best model of success for any force.
“Irrespective of the colour of uniforms, all forces are doing their best in service of the nation, statement added.
The DGP said that improvement in the situation has been made possible by the sacrifices and good work of all the forces.
“The anti-infiltration operations on borders by the Army have proved very successful as a number of militants who were infiltrating into the State were killed.”
He hailed the role of the CRPF in assisting the J&K Police in maintenance of law and order.
During the joint security review meeting the GOC Kilo Force Maj. Gen. D.P Pandey, Commander 7 Sector (RR) Brig. D.R. Rai, local Commanding Officers of Army and CRPF also gave their assessment about the situation, statement said.
Meanwhile DGP held a darbar of all Police ranks of the District.
In his address the DGP appreciated the efforts made by J&K Police in maintaining law and order in the state.
DGP thanked the government for enhancement of ex-gratia relief for the personnel of J&K Police and SPOs in the recent time. He urged policemen to work for the betterment of society by lawfully discharging their duties. He assured that government is working on providing some more welfare measures for police personnel including SPOs in near future.
He also said that welfare schemes pertaining to housing and education are being addressed on priority and listened to the grievances of the personnel.