Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir police chief, Dilbag Singh on Tuesday said that there are no threat inputs to the upcoming Bharat Jodo Yatra and that all security measures have been taken to facilitate it when it reaches the UT.
“I chaired a security review and BJY was also discussed. There is no threat to the Yatra. All security measures will be taken to facilitate it at district and range level,” DGP told reporters in Srinagar on the side-lines of a function as per news agency—Kashmir News Observer (KNO).
Replying to a query, the DGP said police have got some vital clues with regard to the Rajouri attacks and that the success will be achieved soon. The DGP said that police have got some vital clues during the investigation. “The area is close to the forest and after frequent militant sightings, four-five unsuccessful operations have been launched. As far as investigation is concerned, we have got some solid clues and the arrests will be made soon. I hope that the success will be achieved soon,” he said.
DGP also said that “the main character behind terrorism in J&K and other parts of the country from across the border is being exposed at international level. The measures are being taken to tighten up the process against the involved people and notify them as terrorists. The profile of these persons is also being sent to the different organizations working against the terrorism.”
Meanwhile, DGP chaired a high level security review meeting in Srinagar in which senior officers of Kashmir Zone participated. A police spokesman said that the meeting reviewed the crime and security scenario of the Valley. He said that arrangements for the upcoming Republic Day were also discussed.
Addressing the officers, the DGP said that action against the terror ecosystem must be carried forward meticulously and in a coordinated manner. Although JK Police along with other forces have got successes across Jammu and Kashmir against the terrorists, stringent actions against the terror support system, narcotics and narco terror modules should be continued with an aim to bring an end to it, the spokesman said, adding that the DGP stressed upon the jurisdictional officers to ensure direct supervision of UAPA, NDPS and other special reported heinous cases so that the investigation and disposal of all pending cases as well as of new cases are brought to logical conclusion on priority.
Reviewing the arrangements for the upcoming Republic Day functions, the DGP directed for ensuring all required and necessary security arrangements are in place. “He directed for coordination & synergy among all the stakeholders. He directed the officers that while dealing with any situation they should ensure that law-abiding people are not put to any inconvenience during their day-to-day activities. He also directed for stringent action against OGWs or anyone supporting terrorism, or narco terror modules in the UT,” the spokesman said—(KNO)