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Director Law Enforcement (AP&FWD) reviews functioning of Law Enforcement Agency Kmr

KINS DESK

SRINAGAR, OCTOBER 22: The Director Law Enforcement Agriculture Production & Farmer’s Welfare Department (AP&FWD) J&K, Abdul Rahim Samoon today convened a meeting of Law Enforcement Officers of all districts to review the functioning of Law Enforcement Agency of Kashmir Division here.

The Director took the stock of progress of inspections, sampling, and action taken in respect of pesticide, fertilizers, seeds and also put emphasis on availability of fertilizers across Kashmir division.

Speaking on the occasion, Samoon said that the prime objective of the enforcement wing of the department is to ensure that quality fertilizers and pesticides are made available to the farmers through proper sale outlets well in time.

He said every effort must be put in place so that farmers interests are served at all the levels of administration.

The Director gave clear cut directions to the enforcement officers of the department for up-gradation of POS (Point Of Sale) to 3.1 versions and installation of UPI QR codes by the dealers.

The Enforcement Officers were instructed to monitor the availability and quality of inputs in Kashmir and also were directed to stop the violations if any found in the field and violators should get punished under relevant laws.

The meeting was attended by Deputy Director Law Enforcement, Kashmir, Plant Protection Officer, Kashmir, Assistant Director Law Enforcement, Srinagar, District Law Enforcement Officers and all Enforcement Inspectors of the Kashmir Division.

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