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Thana Diwas in Shopian- Initiative taken to extend Police services to people: R K Goyal

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DGP stresses to strengthen prevailing peace to build better future

Srinagar: Director General of Police (DGP), Dilbag Singh on Thursday said that no religion teaches murder of humanity and killing of innocent people.
He was speaking during the Thana Diwas held at Shopian.
“We all have to work jointly to stop those who are against peace, brotherhood and harmony,” he said.
The DGP along with Financial Commissioner (Additional Chief Secretary) Home Department J&K R K Goyal presided over a function of Thana Diwas organised at Zainapora Police Station in Shopian.
The DGP said the youth who have traveled to different parts of the country would know the vastness of flora and fauna of the country.
“Our country is unique in nature in which people of different faiths, castes, colours are living together,” he said, adding that the youth of J&K over the past three decades have witnessed destruction of life and property.
“It is the time to forget the past and work together in strengthening the prevailing peace to build a better future,” he said.
The DGP referred to the innocent killings and said no religion teaches murder of humanity and killing of the innocent people.
He said that J&K Police and civil administration were making efforts to provide different services to the people at their doorsteps. He assured the redressal of the issues highlighted by the people and said the administration will find solutions to these issues noting that the Block Diwas and Thana Diwas initiatives were taken to provide better services to the people.
He said Pakistan has been sending weapons to drag J&K youth on the path of destruction.
“But with intensified efforts and strong response of J&K Police and CAPFs coupled with rejection by the youth, it is now pushing drugs to harm our younger generation,” he said.
He said that we have to stand and work mutually to stop this trend for better tomorrow.
“J&K Police under its social responsibility is running drug-de-addiction centres to help the drug affected persons,” he said.
Meanwhile, the Financial Commissioner (Additional Chief Secretary) Home Department J&K R K Goyal expressed in his address said they have come to listen to the people.
He said the initiative of Thana Diwas has been under the direction of J&K Lieutenant Governor (LG) Manoj Sinha to extend Police services to the people of J&K.
“Thana Diwas is a medium to come more close to the general people, he said and since its launch it has been organised in all the districts of UT continuously this year,” he said.
He said that Nasha Mukhti Abhiyan was going on to eradicate the drug menace and to make people especially youth aware about the ill effects of drugs.
“We have to take action against all those involved in drug peddling and its trade,” he added.
Later, talking to the media persons, the DGP said that some elements were disturbed by growing peace in J&K and were making attempts to disturb it.
“Besides J&K Police and other security forces, it is the responsibility of the people to consolidate this peace further,” he said.
He said that across the border terrorist training camps, launch pads are still active and infiltration attempts were made from LoC and IB, as well.
“J&K Police and security forces have tracked down many of these infiltrators,” he added.
He said that around three dozen Pakistani terrorists affiliated with JeM and LeT were neutralized during the current year.
“It indicated involvement of Pakistan and its agencies in fomenting trouble in Jammu and Kashmir,” he said, adding that Police, Security forces and the people of J&K would continue to work together to foil their evil intentions and further strengthen the peace.
“I think before winter sets in some more infiltration bids would be attempted,” he said.

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