IGP Jammu visits district Rajouri interacts with officers, jawans , chairs jurisdictional officers meeting
Jammu , September 3rd , 2020 :- Inspector General of Police Jammu Zone ,Jammu Sh.Mukesh Singh-IPS, paid a two days extensive visit to District Rajouri to review the security, law & order and crime scenario of the district. He interacted with the officers and jawans of the district and chaired jurisdictional officers meeting in DPL Rajouri. The meeting was attended by Sh.Vivek Gupta, IPS, DIG Rajouri Poonch Range, Chandan Kohli, IPS, SP Rajouri, Liaqat Ali, Addl SP Rajouri, G.L Sharma, Addl.SP Nowshera and all jurisdictional officers of district Rajouri.
While chairing the security review meet, IGP stressed for continuous coordination and synergy among the forces for better deliverance at different levels. He said that accountability and public cooperation is imperative to get desired results of policing at different fronts. He said that the efficient initiative taken by Rajouri Police with other sister agencies have ensured security of the people besides maintenance of law and order. He said that our efforts would continue to gain public confidence and foil the sinister designs of the anti-national elements.
These officers briefed the IGP about the dynamics of the area and steps taken to control crime, check on militancy and radicalized elements.
The IGP stressed upon the officers for effective domination in respective areas to keep the activities of suspicious elements under surveillance. He stressed on focus on qualitative changes, keeping in view the advancements on security front. He directed officers to strengthen intelligence gathering mechanism. To foil any attempt by anti social elements, close liaison should be maintained at every level and the officers supervising different components should be briefed accordingly. The IGP stressed on maintaining alertness on the LOC and also in the hinterland for which he advised strengthening of nakas to check the movement of suspected persons. A watch over relatives of the persons residing in the proximity of LOC and presently abroad as well as those earlier involved in militancy related incidents needs