Credit for bringing normalcy in valley goes to policemen in streets: DGP
Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir Police, with the active help of other Security Forces has been able to normalise the situation in the valley, particularly in South Kashmir and the credit of the same goes to the last man, who is deployed in the field and works with the people.
This was stated by Director General of Police, Dr. S.P Vaid while interacting with a group of IPS officers from SVP National Police Academy Hyderabad at Police Headquarters here today.
During the interaction, DGP and other officers interacted with the visiting officers on a number of areas of policing in the state.
DGP said that social media has been misused by the inimical forces across the border to fulfil their ulterior motives and J&K Police is focusing to enhance its capabilities to counter this menace at different levels.
Dr. Vaid said that the impressions being created by the media regarding Kashmir need to be corrected. Lamenting the machination of Pakistan, he said that common man in Kashmir wants peace and prosperity since he bears the brunt and exploitation from the neighbouring country. He said that a number of measures were taken to bring the difficult situation under control.
Dr. Vaid highlighted the contribution of the field officers and SPOs for their dedicated efforts in bringing the situation to normalcy. He said that the police personnel in the field are doing a commendable job and brave men have laid their lives in the line of duty. He further said that through Police Community partnership police is trying to reach out the people and redress their grievances of day to day life. Police is working as catalyst in bring their issues to the notice of other departments and redress, DGP said.
The interactive session was attended by IGP Railways M.A Ganaie, IGP Personnel PHQ, J.P Singh, IGP Security, Alok Kumar, IGP Headquarters S.K Gupta, AIsGP PHQ Sheikh Junaid Mehmood, Mubassir Latifi, Kulbir Singh, Abdul Waheed Shah and Manoj Kumar Pandith. (KNS)