Jammu: Stating that there is a huge build-up of militants across the Indo-Pak Border, J&K Director General of Police K Rajendra Kumar on Sunday called for setting up of Joint Checkpoints with other security forces to prevent infiltration.
He also said that more focus should be given on areas where border fencing is damaged.
DGP stressed upon the Police Chiefs of Jammu, Samba and Kathua districts along International Border (IB) to lay Joint checkpoints with other security agencies on all the infiltration routes.
These directions were given at a high level meeting to review security and law and order situation in Jammu region as well as the border areas today.
All the officers of present in the meeting have been directed to maintain highest level of alertness and co-ordination among themselves.
He also discussed about the planned security arrangements in connection with forthcoming religious festivals and Darbar move at Winter Capital Jammu, to foil the nefarious designs of militants and their mentors across the IB.
"All Border Police Stations and Police Posts, VDC members, be strengthened and proper briefing be given to them by Supervisory offices regularly regarding nature of duties to be performed by them in view of present security scenario and huge build up of militants across the Border," the DGP added.
"Night Patrolling on National Highway be conducted and a close liaison be maintained with all forces deployed in their area of jurisdictions", Rajendra said.
He further directed all the forces including intelligence agencies to pay special attention to the area where fencing has been damaged on IB.
The DGP also exhorted upon the Range DIGs and District SSsP to ensure that beat system is fully active at Police Station and Police Post Level.
He also stressed that Beat In charge and Beat men should be properly briefed about their role.
He also directed the Range DIGs and District SSP to mobilise their all resources for generation of advance intelligence so that timely action is taken.