DGP reviews security situation in Jammu region
Director General of Police (DGP) K Rajendra Kumar today reviewed security situation and law and order of Jammu region ahead of Independence-day celebrations.
Jammu: Director General of Police (DGP) K Rajendra Kumar today reviewed security situation and law and order of Jammu region ahead of Independence-day celebrations.
The DGP chaired a senior police officers meeting of Jammu Zone at Police Control Room (PCR) here and reviewed the overall security scenario and arrangements for Independence Day (ID) celebrations, a Police officer said.
Speaking at the meeting, Rajendra stressed upon all the officers that proper briefing be given to the officers and subordinate staff to be deployed for maintaining law and order and ID duties in view of the recent violent acts in Udhampur district.
The DGP said that adequate security arrangements be made at all the venues of ID functions in the region including main function, which is being held at Parade Ground.
During the meeting, Rajendra directed all the concerned Range DIGs and SSPs to remain alert in their respective jurisdictions and ensure security of all vital installations, religious places, minority pockets and Police and PMF establishments.
The DGP also stressed that co-ordination be maintained among all the intelligence agencies, Army, PMF, Traffic and Security Wing in their respective districts for smooth and incident free conduct of the Independence day celebrations.
He also directed SP Traffic Jammu and all District SSPs to ensure strict enforcement of Motor Vehicle Act particularly against two-wheeler riders, who drives vehicles without helmets.