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CS reviews overall security scenario
5/20/2024 9:46:42 PM
Early Times Report
SRINAGAR, May 20: Chief Secretary, Atal Dulloo, today chaired a high level meeting of Civil and Police administration to review the security scenario prevailing in J&K in the wake of ensuing tourist season and ongoing election process in the Union Territory.
The meeting deliberated on taking further steps in strengthening the security grid in view of the ongoing tourist season.
The meeting besides DG, Police and Principal Secretary, Home was attended by ADGP, L&O, BGS 15 Corps, ADGP, CID, ADGP, Jammu, Divisional Commissioner, Kashmir/Jammu, Commissioner Secretary, Tourism, IGP, Kashmir, Director Tourism, Jammu/Kashmir and other concerned officers.
The Chief Secretary observed that the dividends of peace prevailing in the UT from the past 4-5 years have been substantial and encouraging for all. He maintained that the bumper tourist arrivals and significant voter turnout in the ongoing parliamentary elections are visible indicators of peace and harmony witnessed here during this period. He further stated that any effort to derail the visible conducive environment would be dealt with strictly.
Dulloo remarked that this notable improvement in the security scenario has benefitted one and all and needs to be preserved at every cost. He impressed upon the law and order maintaining agencies to be vigilant against the inimical forces and ensure concerted coordination for absolute safety of tourists, political workers and other civilians in J&K.
DG, Police, RR Swain, said that the law enforcement agencies are taking both on-field and off-field measures to ensure safety of the citizens here. He also noted that the participation of people in large numbers in the ongoing elections has unnerved certain elements who would never be allowed to succeed in their designs by the security forces.
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