Situation in J-K far better than what it used to be: DGP

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Jammu and Kashmir police chief, Dilbag Singh on Friday said that all infiltration attempts of pushing are being foiled, saying that every militant infiltrated is being killed. He also said that the current situation in J-K is far better than what it used to be.

According to a statement issued to a local news agency—Kashmir News Observer (KNO), the prize distribution function of the 32nd Police-Public Mela 2020 for winners of Kashmir zone was held at Police Headquarters here today. The function was presided over by DGP J-K Dilbag Singh.

The presentation function was attended by Chairperson PWWA Dr. Rubinder Kaur, Spl DG Crime J&K, A. K. Choudhary, ADGsP S. J. M. Gillani, Dr S. D. Singh Jamwal, M. K. Sinha, Danesh Rana, Sunil Kumar, IGsP Vijay Kumar, Alok Kumar, DIG Sunil Gupta, DPT J&K, Mushtaq Ahmed, PWWA members Archana Chowdhary, Palavi Gillani, Shabnam Mir, and Suma Sinha, AIGs of PHQ and other gazetted officers of PHQ.

Speaking on the occasion, the DGP J-K said that under the aegis of PWWA Chairperson and its members the Police Public Mela which once started as a small activity has gained a significant place in terms of healthy relations between J-K Police and public.

He said this mela has facilitated better relations between Police and public. He said that every year the mela was organized twice but due to COVID-19 it could not be organized in 2020 in the way that used to be but still we managed to organize raffle draw because tickets were already sold out.

The DGP said that good police public rapport has brought dividends and by involving the people of Jammu and Kashmir in various activities and in youth engagement programmes we have strong bonding.

He said that involvement of people especially youth in different sports events at Police station, district, range or zonal levels have helped in maintaining normalcy in J-K. He said that organising Civic Action Programmes and Police Community Partnership Group meetings with the common people has played a very important role in restoring and prevailing peace here.

While thanking the people of Jammu Kashmir for their support and cooperation in maintaining peace, the DGP said that he hoped that the support and cooperation will continue in future as well.

He said that the current situation in J-K is far better than what it used to be. He said that good atmosphere will benefit the children and youth who have suffered a lot over the past many years. He said that the safety of people of J-K is always our top priority.

Speaking to the media persons the DGP said that in the recent times infiltration attempts have increased from Rajouri, Poonch and Kupwara, Baramulla side and our forces are capable enough to tackle such attempts.

He said that cross border infiltration has been a cause of concern but all attempts of pushing militants in our side are being foiled. He said every militant infiltrated is being neutralized and forces are keeping a watch on such activities.

In his welcome address, ADGP Hqrs. PHQ M K Sinha thanked the DGP J-K, PWWA Chairperson and its members for gracing the function.

He informed the gathering that the prize distribution for winners of Jammu province was organized earlier on 24 April 2021 at Jammu and today the prize distribution for winners of Kashmir Province is being held. He congratulated the winners on the occasion.

AIG Welfare/Communication PHQ Manoj Kumar Pandit conducted the proceedings of the function.

The DGP, ADGsP, IGsP, PWWA members, AIsG and other Gazzetted officers distributed the prizes.

First Prize Maruti Suzuki Ciaz was presented to Balbir Singh.

Second prizes Wagon R cars were presented to Abdul Hamid, Gulzar Ahmad Wani, & Feroz Ahmad Begh.

Third prizes Alto 800 cars were presented to Jigmat Stobgya, Mohd. Ibrahim and Mohd. Ishaq.

Likewise Fifth prizes Motor Cycle TVS Sport 100cc were presented to Manzoor Ahmad, Reyaz Qadri, Firdous Ahmad, Manzoor Ahmad and Rameez Ahmad.

Sixth prizes Mi full HD Smart LED (55’’) were presented to Ab. Hamid and Gh. Hussain Mir.

Seventh prize Voltas High Wall Spilt AC ( Hot & Cold) was presented to Firdous Ahmad. Eighth prize of HP Laptop Quad Core 15.6” HD was presented to Shahid Ahmad.

Ninth prize of LG Convection Oven was presented to Raja Begum and 10th prizes of Samsung Refrigerator 192 ltrs were presented to Sarshad Hussain and Reyaz Ahmad—(KNO)

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