DGP for all out efforts to save local youth from militancy

Kulgam, May 27:
Director General of Police Dilbag Singh said on Thursday that the police will leave no stone unturned in saving local youth from joining militancy.
He said that the police was already engaged in bringing back the youth who were on the border line . They have seen it and we are also telling them that militancy translates into death and destruction, therefore, they should stay away from guns and bombs.
DGP told media in Kulgam after reviewing the overall security situation, which. He said was much better now.
Director General of Police (DGP) Dilbag Singh while reviewing the security scenario in Kulgam district.
where he chaired a security review meeting with the senior officers of the district He was accompanied by IGP Kashmir Zone Vijay Kumar.& DIG south kashmir Abdul Jabar

Jammu and Kashmir Police on Thursday today said that local boys joining militancy was a serious concern and there was a need for more hard work and efforts to keep local youths away from the violence , DGP said

Our motive is not just to kill a militant but to end militancy as well to secure the environment for the people of Kashmir,” Dilbag Singh told media .He also inaugurated Administrative Equipment (Ware house ) in DPL Kulgam.

“A series of steps have already been taken to prevent locals from joining militancy. We delay encounters by two to three hours only to allow local boys (militants) to surrender. There is a need for more hard work and efforts to keep boys away from the militancy,” the Kashmir Police chief said, adding that a vast network of overground workers (OGWs) has already been busted, and “motivators are being tracked down

DGP was briefed by the Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Kulgam about the security scenario of the district and measures put in place to maintain peace and order in the district. The meeting was also attended by Senior officers of the district
DGP while addressing the meeting stressed for effective measures to fight the terrorism.
“Although the graph of terrorist activities has come down in the recent past yet for providing a peaceful environment to the people of the state, we still need to continue our fight against terrorism with enhanced vigour to end it for all time to come in Jammu and Kashmir. The final assault should be strategically planned and effective,” said Singh.
He said that adequate resources have been provided and the counter-insurgency operations need to be increased.

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