PHQ reopens after darbar move, Rajendra chairs officers meeting, reviews police functioning

Following durbar move, J&K Police Headquarters (PHQ) resumed functioning here today. Director General of Police (DGP),  K. Rajendra Kumar inspected various sections of PHQ and enquired about their working.

Rajendra was received at PHQ lawns by senior police officers and presented a guard of honour by contingent of Armed Police. He was accompanied by Special DG (Coordination),  S. K. Mishra and ADGP (Headquarters,  V.K. Singh.

Expressing satisfaction over the advance arrangements made for smooth re-opening of the offices, the DGP said that efforts need to be followed continuously to bring more efficiency in day-to-day working. He said that quick disposal of the matters related to strengthening of subordinate units should be ensured at PHQ level, which would help in bringing improvement in their working.

Rajendra chaired a meeting of senior police officers at PHQ and discussed issues to strengthen the police working in different areas. He said that PHQ would provide every support to enhance the capabilities of different wings of the Organization and provide better services to the people. He said that JKP would put in place all required arrangements to meet the future challenges including smooth conduct of Amarnath Yatra and forthcoming budget session of State Legislative Assembly.

Rajendra disclosed that State police is all set to make the  women police stations as modal Thanas in order to provide justice to the women folk by delivering at lowest level. He asked the officers to identify suitable land for raising the infrastructure of women police stations. He also asked the officers to chalk out sports calendar for the summer season in order to make youth development programme a success. He said that the Organization has been focusing on the development of youth and upliftment of under privileged sections of the society for which different events and programmes are conducted across the State.

DGP stressed to ensure strict implementation of traffic rules for which latest challaning equipments would be procured on priority so that violators are penalized. He said that required formalities should be followed vigorously to meet the demands.

Later, the DGP visited other moving police establishments including Traffic, Crime, CID, Railway, Armed and SSG Headquarters. He interacted with the concerned officers and stressed to focus on public service and ensure a secure, peaceful atmosphere in the State, in coordination with the people.

Among others, the meeting was attended by ADsGP, Navin AgarwaL, SM Sahai, Dilbag Singh, L Mohanti and AK Choudhary, IsGP, HK Lohia, SJM Gillani, SL Sharma and MA Ganai, Director SSG, SA Mujtaba, DPT, Hilal Ahmed, AIsGP, Sheikh Junaid Mahmood, Dr. M. Hasseb Mughal, Tahir Sajad Bhat, Sheikh Zulfkar Azad and Kulbir Singh and other police offices.

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