Srinagar: In view of the recent militant attack in Srinagar in which two policemen were killed at Baghat Barzulla area here, IGP Kashmir Vijay Kumar (IPS) on Sunday visited International Airport Srinagar and reviewed the “comprehensive security grid” there.
The Inspector General of Police (IGP) Kashmir was accompanied by Director Airport, DIG CKR Srinagar, Regional Director BCAS, SSP Budgam and COs of CRPF and CISF. He was briefed by the accompanying officers about the various security measures in place for the safety and security of the Airport.
While interacting with the officers, IGP Kashmir discussed the initiatives taken for the maintenance of security at the airport. He stressed on the officers to ensure better synergy and coordination among different security agencies deployed for the security of the airport so as to avoid any untoward incident, according to a police statement.
“Meanwhile, strategies were also chalked out to ease out rush of passengers at drop gate and inside terminal and to facilitate their smooth movement,” it reads. “Moreover, it was also decided that a Police Post shall be established inside the Airport premises soon for the convenience of passengers.” (GNS)