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Army, Air Force & Navy trainee officers visit PHQ; interact with DGP, other officers.

 SRINAGAR, SEPTEMBER 06: A group of officers from Army, Air Force and Navy undergoing higher command course at College of Air Warfare Secunderabad today visited Police Headquarters, Srinagar and had an interaction with Director General of Police, J&K Shri Dilbag Singh and all the senior officers of department.

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 At the very outset Shri Suraj Kumar Jha Air Vice Marshal, Commandant of the College of Air Warefare in his introductory remarks highlighted the aims and objectives of the visit of the course participants. He thanked the Jammu and Kashmir Police particularly the Director General of Police for considering their request of an interaction to get acquainted with the role of J&K Police it played in maintenance of law and order as also its fight against the terrorism.

 While taking part in the interaction the Director General of Police Shri Dilbag Singh thanked the visiting officers for good words for the force. The DGP said that he was proud of heading a force where the connect between the jawans and the officers is very strong. He said that this bond is sustained further and strengthened by our grievances redressal mechanism already put in place such as orderly rooms and darbars.

DGP J&K said that his team of officers at different levels looks after the welfare of the personnel whenever they are in need. He said that a number of welfare schemes are in place in the J&K Police which take care of the needs of the police personnel particularly when in distress. He said that out of our own departmental resources and with government assistance we take care of the martyrs, their families, jawans and officers who get injured in encounters with terrorist and law and order. We also take good care of our retired police personnel as well. This all has resulted in making our jawans confident and has resulted in the success of the J&K Police. He said that J&K Police enjoys a close rapport with the people helps in law and order management.

The DGP also stated that the Police enjoys very cordial relationship with all forces and there is perfect synergy between the security forces and police in the State. This fact has been recognized even by the senior functionaries in the MHA & MOD. With regard to fight against the terrorism the DGP said Pakistan has been sustaining terrorism in the State and the large number of terrorists have been moved to the launch pads across the borders. He said that there have been attempts of infiltration as well.

The DGP said that social media has been used by Pakistan for radicalization of young minds which remains a big challenge for all of us. He however, expressed the faith that J&K Police alongwith security forces will rise to any challenge as it has done in the past.

During the interaction ADGP CID Dr. B. Srinivas, ADGP Armed Shri S.J.M. Gillani, ADGP Security, L&O Shri Munir Ahmad Khan and IGP Kashmir Shri S.P. Pani and other officers responded to different queries from the visiting trainee officers.

Earlier, ADGP Coordination PHQ Shri A.K. Choudhary welcomed the team of the visiting officers and said that as part of their one year course the participants are taken to forward areas of J&K and North-East. He also highlighted the aim of the tour.

Senior officers who participated in the programme included Shri A.G. Mir ADGP (Hqrs.) PHQ, Shri M.K. Sinha IGP Crime, Shri Alok Kumar, IGP Traffic, Shri Surinder Kumar Gupta, Director SSG, Shri S. Ahfadul Mujtaba MD Police Housing Corporation, Shri V.K. Birdhi DIG CKR and Shri Naseer Ahmad, Director Police Telecommunication.

          AIG (Prov. & Tpt.) PHQ Shri Mubassir Latifi gave a power point presentation regarding the J&K Police, its functioning and its fight against the militancy as also maintenance of peace and order in the State over the years.

          Vote of thanks on behalf of the visiting officers was presented by Group Capt. Shri M.K. Chaubey.

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