Srinagar, Oct 7: Director General of Police Dilbag Singh Monday visited Kishtwar, where he chaired joint officers’ meeting at District Police Office Kishtwar to review the law & order and security situation in the district, met with the civil society delegations and addressed a joint delegation of Police and Central Armed Paramilitary Forces (CAPF). He was accompanied by the IGP Jammu zone Mukesh Singh.
On his arrival DGP was received by DIG DKR B S Tuti Brigadier 9 sector RR Vikram Bhan, Deputy Commissioner Kishtwar Angrez Singh Rana, SSP Kishtwar Harmeet Singh, Commandant 52 Bn. CRPF Sanjay Hajra and officers of Police & CAPF.
The DGP chaired a joint officers’ meeting at District Police Office Kishtwar. He was briefed about security scenario and measures taken for maintaining peace and order in the district. DGP complimented and appreciated the efforts of J&K Police and other security agencies for maintaining law and order in the district. He said that it was due to close coordination and synergy among the security forces that recently success was achieved against the militants.
“We are dealing with a hostile neighbour and we will have to foil its attempts,” the DHP said.
He said that there are reports of infiltration from Pakistan and now recent encounters also prove that some militants have sneaked in. He emphasised upon the officers to maintain pressure on militants and exhorted all ranks to remain vigilant regarding concerns of law and order and security of the area.
Singh said that the Union Hone Minister Amit Shah and Governor Satya Pal Malik have complimented the State Police and security forces for their success against militants in Doda-Kishtwar range. He impressed for well organised and pro-active operations against the militants particularly in upper reaches to increase the sense of security among the masses.
He also emphasised for Civic Action Programs to be conducted at large scale to earn more and more public trust.
The DGP also met with the delegations of Muslims and Hindu communities of Kishtwar. The members of the delegation promised to work for the communal harmony, peace and amity. The DGP listened the issues raised by members of the society and assured that their issues will be addressed. He thanked them for their cooperation in maintaining communal harmony and brotherhood in the area. The delegation complimented the JK Police and security forces for the achievements and services to the people particularly of Kishtwar district.
The DGP also visited Police Component camp Kishtwar where he interacted with personnel and enquired about their wellbeing.
Later on, the DGP addressed a joint darbar of Police, CRPF, SSB, RAF and ITBP officers and personnel. While addressing the DGP said that it was important to meet officers and personnel particularly in far flung areas to know their needs for timely and adequate response. He impressed upon police and forces to make the Kishtwar militancy free by neutralising the residual militancy.
Three militants killed in Pulwama gunfight
Pulwama:Three militants were killed in an encounter with security forces in Pulwama, Jammu and Kashmir on Tuesday. According to the Kashmir Zone Police, arms and ammunition have been recovered from the site.
Identities and affiliations of the militants are being ascertained and search in the area is underway. The encounter began in the outskirts of Pulwama today evening. The security forces had launched a cordon and search operation in Pulwama following inputs about the presence of militants
Govt employees of J&K, Ladakh to get salaries as per 7th pay commission
The government employees of the new Union Territories — Jammu and Kashmir, and Ladakh — will get salaries and other benefits as per the recommendations of the 7th Pay Commission from October 31, officials said on Tuesday.
The Union Home Ministry has issued the necessary orders in this regard.
Home Minister Amit Shah has approved the proposal of payment of all 7th CPC allowances to the government employees of Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir and Union Territory of Ladakh, which shall come into existence from October 31.
The central government had on August 5 announced the abrogation of the special status given to Jammu and Kashmir under Article 370 and its bifurcation into two UTs.
FC Finance discusses budget proposals for J&K, Ladakh with Admin Secretaries
Srinagar, Oct 21: Financial Commissioner Finance Department, Dr Arun Kumar Mehta today held extensive discussions with the Administrative Secretaries of various departments regarding budget proposals for the financial year 2020–2021 for Union Territory (UT) of Jammu & Kashmir and UT of Ladakh, which will take the formal shape on October 31.
The budget was discussed with around a dozen departments including Finance, Animal & Sheep Husbandry, Fisheries, PDD, Horticulture, PHE, Irrigation and Flood Control, Home, Health & Medical Education and other departments.
While chairing separate meetings with various departments, Dr Mehta was informed about the strategies conceived by these departments for the financial year 2020-2021 and the major projects that will be under taken by the concerned departments. Threadbare discussions were held on the functioning of these departments and their future requirements.
The Administrative Secretaries put forth the budget proposals along with their view points on the future action plans with regard to their targets and improving infrastructure for better delivery of services. They also briefed the Financial Commissioner about the status of various on-going projects in their respective departments.
Dr Mehta advised all the departments to ensure proper projection of their requirements and focus on outcomes.
Financial Commissioner, Health & Medical Education; Principal Secretary Animal & Sheep Husbandry, Fisheries and Transport Department; Principal Secretary Home; Commissioner Secretary PHE; Secretary Horticulture; Secretary PDD; Secretary State Water Regulatory Authority; Director Health Services (Kashmir); DG Prisons; DG Budget; Chairman J&K Bank; heads of various departments; officials of Finance department and other concerned attended the meetings.
Besides, various departments from Jammu attended the meeting through video conferencing.