Terrorists wiped out soon in Kishtwar, security agencies on high alert in Jammu and Kashmir: DGP - watsupptoday.com
Terrorists wiped out soon in Kishtwar, security agencies on high alert in Jammu and Kashmir: DGP
Posted 09 Oct 2019 12:50 PM

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All agencies should work together to make Kishtwar terror-free in Jammu and Kashmir soon. Increase coordination. Those terrorists are left. They should be eliminated soon. DGP Dilbag Singh visited Kishtwar on Monday and jointly emphasized on making the state terrorism free in a meeting of security agencies. The law and order situation of the area was also discussed in the meeting. He obtained information about the current situation from the authorities. Singh also reached the court for the soldiers and heard their problems.
Earlier, the police officers present at the Kishtwar police headquarters informed the DGP about the security arrangements in the area. Only recently, the police and the army together piled up three terrorists who were involved in the murder of the BJP leader and the Sangh leader. Apart from this, seven other terrorists were also arrested. The DGP said that it was a synergy between all the agencies. Due to which action could be taken against the terrorists. There are constant reports that terrorists have infiltrated from Pakistan.

The last few attacks are also proof of this. Pakistan is constantly trying to disturb the peace of Jammu and Kashmir. Singh said that Union Home Minister Amit Shah and Governor Satyapal Malik have appreciated the Jammu and Kashmir Police for the elimination of terrorists in Kishtwar.

Also met with local people's parties
The DGP also met people from Hindu and Muslim organizations in Kishtwar. Listened to their problems. Requested him to stay together. Do not let anti-country forces dominate. Everyone should maintain peace and communal harmony in the area. He also thanked the people for supporting the police. Seeked the cooperation of the people in future also.

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