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Jammu police hosts PCPG meeting with Gujjar families, emphasizing communal harmony and public cooperation
6/24/2024 10:09:35 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, June 24: In a significant outreach effort, the Jammu Police, in collaboration with the MKD Foundation, organized a Police Community Partnership Group (PCPG) meeting today in the village of Thalwal, Phallain Mandal. The meeting, attended by over 100 Gujjar families and members of the MKD Foundation, focused on enhancing communal harmony, addressing drug abuse, and fostering general area alertness, especially given the village's proximity to the International Border (IB).
The session was chaired by SP City South, Jammu, Shri Ajay Sharma JKPS. The discussions emphasized the current security scenario and threat perception, particularly in light of the upcoming Amarnath Yatra. Key topics included the importance of community policing, the critical role of the Gujjar community in the development of the Jammu region, and strategies for combating drug abuse.
In his address, SP Sharma stressed the importance of strengthening police-public relations and called for community cooperation in eradicating all types of crimes. He provided a comprehensive briefing on the current issues of drug abuse, bovine smuggling, and recent attacks by anti-national elements in the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir. The public was urged to maintain strict vigilance over suspicious activities and individuals and to promptly report any such observations to the police.
To facilitate this, the mobile numbers of jurisdictional officers and the Police Control Room (PCR) were shared with the attendees. The community was specifically encouraged to report any involvement in drug peddling, selling, or other criminal activities. The efforts and role of the Jammu Police were widely appreciated by those present, who pledged to act as the eyes and ears of the police in this sensitive border area.
IC PP Phallain Mandal, SI Harish Kumar, was also present at the meeting, reinforcing the commitment of the local police to community engagement and security. The collaborative efforts between the police and the community are expected to significantly enhance safety and cooperation in the region.
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