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J&K: Enhance surveillance to thwart bids to disturb peace, officials told

J&K: Enhance surveillance to thwart bids to disturb peace, officials told

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Our Correspondent

Jammu, February 4

Sunil Gupta, Deputy Inspector General (DIG) of Jammu-Kathua-Samba Range, presided over a comprehensive crime and security review meeting in which senior officers were present.

Eliminate drug menace: DIG

  • DIG Sunil Gupta has asked officers to adopt a mission-oriented approach to eliminate the drug menace.
  • He called for intensifying efforts to identify and dismantle the networks involved in illicit drug trade.

During the session, Jammu SSP Vinod Kumar briefed the participants about the overall crime and security landscape of the district. The DIG, in his address, stressed the need for special efforts to expedite the resolution of under-investigation cases including backlog cases, inquest proceedings, and called for firm action against drug peddlers and other antisocial elements. Additionally, emphasis was laid on tracing of missing persons, timely disposal of complaints and online grievances.

Addressing the issue of drugs, the DIG asked officers to adopt a mission-oriented approach to eliminate the menace. He called for intensified efforts to identify and dismantle the networks involved in the illicit drug trade, emphasising the importance of eradicating this societal threat.

The officers were directed to enhance surveillance through measures, such as area domination, strengthening nakas along with CCTV surveillance. The DIG underscored the importance of vigilance on suspicious persons to thwart the designs of anti-national elements and maintain a peaceful environment.

Instructions were issued to increase the installation of CCTV cameras with proper record-keeping to monitor the activities of miscreants. Attendees were encouraged to engage with local communities to facilitate the installation of CCTV cameras, which would improve surveillance capabilities and create safer environments.

The officers also discussed various initiatives, including Operation Sanjeevani (NDPS Control), Operation Pathshala, Operation Kamdhenu, Operation Avtar, Operation Third Eye and Operation Meghdoot.

The meeting concluded with the issuance of necessary directives to ensure the effective implementation of the discussed strategies for reducing pendency of under-investigation cases, time bound disposal of complaints, controlling drug menace, vehicle theft, burglaries and maintaining peaceful atmosphere in Jammu.

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