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Mar 17, 2020
9:07AM

J&K DGP reviews security situation in Anantnag, Shopian

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Jammu & Kashmir Director General of Police Dilbag Singh has said that with the coordinated efforts of police and other security forces, terrorist violence level has come down.

Reviewing the security scenario of Shopian and Anantnag, he lauded the recent successful anti terrorist operations carried out by the Police personnel along with other security forces. The DGP appreciated the synergy among the forces which is yielding good dividends and added that we need to remain and vigilant in times to come to maintain peace. The DGP said that we are entering into a critical phase and exhorted the officers to maintain good rapport with the people and redress their grievances on priority. 

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