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DGP visits Police Station Soura and Zadibal


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Srinagar, October 05: The Director General of Police Shri Dilbag Singh today afternoon visited the Police Stations of Soura and Zadibal in the Srinagar district. He was accompanied by IGP Shri S P Pani, DIG CKR Shri V K Birdhi, SSP Srinagar Dr Haseeb Mughal and SP Hazratbal Shri Sudhanshu Verma.

During his visit to these twin Police Station the DGP interacted with the jurisdictional Police officers and Jawans. He was briefed by the concerned SHOs about the current situation of their respective areas. The DGP was also briefed about the crime status and number of FIRs lodged in these Police stations. He also interacted with officers and jawans of CAPFs.

While interacting with the DGP complimented the Police & CAPF personnel for handling the law & order situation and stressed upon them to continue work with the same zeal and coordination. He emphasized that the police personnel must deal strictly with elements involved in the radicalization of youth and pushing them towards terrorism. He directed the police officers to identify and book the persons involved in these activities.


The DGP directed the Police personnel to improve their proficiency and gain more and more public confidence. The DGP said that with the active cooperation of the people, the force has succeeded in bringing peace and it is our endeavour to keep the peace maintained at all levels.

On this occasion some Police personnel highlighted some grievances and demands into the notice of DGP. The DGP J&K heard the police personnel patiently and assured them that their genuine problems would be looked into on priority.

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