Says enemy frustrated after witnessing peace, stability here; dedicates 160 vehicles to JKP
SRINAGAR, OCT 30: Srinagar, Oct 30: The Director General of Police (DGP) of Jammu and Kashmir, Dilbag Singh, announced the increased strength and resilience of the J&K Police in the face of future challenges during a flag-off ceremony at Armed Police Complex Zewan. The event marked the dedication of a significant fleet of operational and tactical vehicles to the J&K Police.
Present at the ceremony were prominent officials including Special DG CID J&K R.R Swain, ADGsP S.J.M Gillani, M.K Sinha, Vijay Kumar, DIsG of Police Sujit Kumar, Vivek Gupta, Shahid Mehraj Rather, Abdul Qayoom, AIsG of Police Headquarters, and Commandants of Kashmir based IRP/AP Battalions.
Addressing the attendees, DGP Dilbag Singh expressed his appreciation for ADGP (Hqrs) Shri M.K Sinha and his team for their relentless efforts in procuring the new vehicles. These vehicles, he stated, were vital for the J&K Police, particularly for those fighting on the anti-terror front, ensuring the safety and security of the people of J&K.
Referring to the vehicles as “Rakshak,” signifying their role in protecting the police personnel, the DGP emphasized their importance in safeguarding the force and maintaining a secure environment in the Union Territory. He acknowledged the scars on the vehicles, testament to the challenges faced by the J&K Police in their pursuit of peace and tranquility.
In an interaction with the media, the DGP underscored the significance of dedicating these vehicles to the force, enhancing peace in the UT. He emphasized the challenges in protecting and maintaining peace, emphasizing the J&K Police’s increased strength, greater resources, and unwavering resolve in facing any potential challenges.
Regarding recent incidents, the DGP mentioned an officer injured during a terrorist attack while playing cricket, highlighting the existing threats. He urged caution and vigilance, emphasizing the need for continued alertness among the police force and the public alike.
Addressing the situation along the Line of Control (LoC) and International Border (IB), the DGP reassured that strong arrangements were in place. He noted the high morale of the troops deployed on the borders, covering every inch of the land. Shri Dilbag Singh mentioned recent successful encounters in Kupwara, emphasizing the effectiveness of the border security grid.
Regarding infiltration attempts by Pakistani agencies, he affirmed the heightened vigilance of the troops, ensuring the elimination of infiltrating terrorists. He stressed the strength of the border security grid and expressed confidence in the troops’ ability to safeguard the borders effectively.
Additionally, DGP Dilbag Singh visited Anantnag, where he inaugurated the newly constructed Police station building at Mattan, named after martyr DySP Himayun Muzzammil Bhat. He paid tribute to the martyrs of J&K Police and other security forces, emphasizing the commitment to honoring their sacrifices and maintaining peace and stability in the region. Investigations into recent terror incidents are ongoing, and those involved will be brought to justice soon, he affirmed.