Condemning the attack on a police party in Pulwama district that left two cops and a civilian dead, Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah Thursday said the attackers are "cowards" and have no respect for human lives.
J&K police has identified the three militants believed to be involved in the deadly attack on an Army convoy in Hyderpora area of the city that left eight soldiers dead and over a dozen others injured.
Claiming that the overall situation in the Valley had improved perceptibly, a Jammu and Kashmir minister today said isolated incidents could not be cited to suggest that the condition was alarming across the state.
Jammu and Kashmir Police is sharpening the training skills of its personnel to meet the challenges posed by anti-national elements and greater emphasis is being laid on modern techniques of professional policing.
sserting that law and order remains its top priority, Jammu and Kashmir Police today said it is strengthening its training infrastructure to adopt modern techniques of mob control and professional policing.