Security staff at DGP’s Jammu residence to be reduced by one-third

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 Jammu:(CNI) The security staff at the Jammu residence of Director General of Police RR Swain will be reduced by one-third as the Jammu and Kashmir Police decided to relieve additional personnel from the security duties of protected persons. Is. The internal exercise has started said an official.


The official said that the decision to reduce the security strength at the DGP’s residence was taken on the recommendation of a three-member committee constituted for the purpose, to improve the overall security situation and central administration areas. could There was a steady decline in terrorist activities.


The official said the move comes days after an interview with Union Home Minister Amit Shah, in which he said that the task of withdrawing troops from Jammu and Kashmir and restoring law and order should be left to the central government should be given have a plan?


A committee headed by Indian Reserve Police (IRP) 12th Battalion Commanding Officer Rashmi Wazir and comprising Senior Superintendent of Police, Security (Jammu) Shamsher Hussain and Director Police Telecommunication Manoj Pandita had recommended the tightening of security. He said that as a first instance he secured the DGP’s Jammu residence.


The DGP has accepted the recommendations and even suggested leaving the CRPF contingent guarding his residence in Srinagar for further use during the Lok Sabha elections in Jammu and Kashmir. It is happening in five phases starting from Udhampur seat on April 19.


He said that the police is paying more attention to the use of modern technology including CCTV cameras and intelligence gathering to ensure the safety and security of the general public. There should be no compromise there is zero tolerance against terrorism to improve overall security.


At least 25,000 police personnel have been transferred over the years to protect important people, including politicians and government officials. (CNI)

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