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Will put an end to militancy in Kashmir soon: DGP

The state police chief, Dilbagh Singh Monday said the police as well as other forces are doing fine job in Jammu and Kashmir and will soon succeed in putting an end to the militancy in Kashmir.

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Addressing media persons in Jammu, Director General of Police (DGP) said “Pakistan sponsored militancy is still prevailing in Kashmir from last many decades and forces are doing fine job to foil their attempts.”

He added Jammu and Kashmir Police’s fight for peace will soon bec6me successful. “The overall security scenario is good and there is nothing to worry about.”

“I hope the situation will become normal soon and we will succeed in putting an end to the militancy soon,” he added.

About DySP Aman Thakur who was killed on Sunday encounter at Kulgam, DGP sad, “we are proud of the sacrifices made by our jawans. At this hour of grief, we stand with the bereaved family.”

He added that Aman Thakur was posted in Kulgam from last two years and has done commendable job. “Thakur has received DG commendation medal, She-e-Kashmir gallantry medal, and his name was sent for a big award as well,” he added.

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