KV News

Armed Police backbone of J&K Police: DGP Dilbag Singh

Decrease Font Size Increase Font Size Text Size Print This Page

SRINAGAR: Director General of Police, J&K, Dilbag Singh Tuesday said that Armed Police was the backbone of the J&K Police with the highest number of personnel on its roll entrusted with multiple tasks.
Singh, who was speaking at a meeting with officers at Armed Police Headquarters (APHQ), Karan Nagar, Srinagar on Tuesday, complimented Armed Police for handling law and order, security and other jobs in the state and the ongoing Amarnath Yatra besides its role in the counter insurgency grid.
The DGP while complementing the role of MRTs in rescuing hundreds of the yatris said that Governor Satya Pal Malik and his Advisors also had hailed the role of the MRTs.
The DGP also expressed his satisfaction for safe and smooth conduct of Yatra. He also underlined the Armed Police for their contribution during the Panchayat, Urban Local Bodies and Parliamentary elections.
The DGP on the occasion advised the officers to focus on skill development of the police personnel to further improve their efficiency.
He also impressed upon regular welfare measures for the officers and personnel.
Congratulating the Armed Police personnel Nazir Ahmad and Falil Singh for scaling the Mount Everest, the DGP said that more attention must be given to the Central Sports teams.
ADGP (Armed) J&K S.J.M Gillani, who received the DGP, briefed him over the functioning and deployment of the different battalions of the Armed Police. He projected the requirements and plans with regard to the Armed battalions to which the DGP said that they would be sympathetically looked into.
The ADGP (Armed) J&K during his briefing highlighted that the training, welfare and equipment needs of the force will be taken care of.
He also put forth certain requirements with regard to the body gears of the law and order personnel for their day to day duties.
The DGP, on his arrival, was given a ceremonial guard of honour. Later, the DGP chaired a meeting which was attended by senior police officers and reviewed the functioning of the Armed Police wing.
The meeting which was attended by ADGP CID, J&K Dr B. Srinivas, ADGP (Armed) S.J.M. Gillani, ADGP Law & Order/Security Munir Ahmad Khan, IGP Armed Kashmir Vijay Kumar, IGP (Pers.) PHQ J.P. Singh and IGP Kashmir S.P. Pani.

KV News

Kashmir Vision cover all daily updates for the newspaper

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *