Asking police to remain vigilant and alert during the coming annual Amarnath yatra for its peaceful passage, a senior police officer has called for launch of sustained offensive against the anti-national, anti-social elements and terrorists.
"It is time to remain extremely vigilant and alert during the coming Amarnath yatra to be peaceful," inspector general of police Jammu zone, Rajesh Kumar told top police officer of the Jammu region.
Kumar said it was imperative to launch sustained offensive against the anti-national, anti-social elements and terrorists. Kumar also stressed that touring by police officers in their respective areas, meeting people and interacting with them on social and professional matters is of significance.
The IGP chaired a meeting at Zonal Police Headquarters, Jammu zone, on Thursday evening with top police officers of the region to have an over-all review of crime, security, law and order situation in the zone along with preparedness for the coming yatras of Amarnath, Buddha Amarnath and Sarthal.
While elaborating, it was mentioned that maintenance of law and order, prevention of crime, speedy investigation and disposal of cases, adequate attention to public grievances on day-to-day basis, special attention to public importance cases, strengthening Police-Public rapport are going to be addressed.
The steps taken on the counter-insurgency front for better security and law and order scenario were also discussed. The officers were complimented for maintaining law and order and successful investigation of some very importance cases, especially related to murder.
The IGP however, expressed concern over the increasing roads accidents, burglary cases and drive against drug peddlers where further efforts were required to be made to check these kinds of crime. He stressed on having a professional approach in investigating crime especially cases of public significance. The involvement and close supervision of senior Officers, use of scientific investigation methods is required for quality investigation and public satisfaction, Kumar added.