J&K: Militancy not yet over but decreasing fast, says DGP Dilbagh Singh
Jammu & Kashmir Director General of Police Dilbag Singh on Thursday said that militancy is not yet over but it is on the verge of its end. Read further on Dynamite News:
Srinagar: Jammu & Kashmir Director General of Police Dilbag Singh on Thursday said that militancy is not yet over but it is on the verge of its end.
Talking to media persons in Bandipora, the DGP said that the number of militants either local or the foreigners who have infiltrated from Pakistan to keep the pot boiling here is at an all-time low.
“The youth who were involved in militancy have shunned the path and realized its fall out destruction. They understood that the path of militancy is nothing but destructive”, he added.
The police chief said there are so many avenues for the youth including games and so many youth are moving forward to flourish their future and their families.
“I feel happy that Police and security forces have controlled the militancy to a great extent and whatever has remained forces are working to eliminate that too in Jammu and Kashmir”, the Police chief said.
Regarding drone dropping in Jammu division, DGP said that there are many counter arrangements on the ground level being utilized.
He said Pakistan is sending various kinds of drugs and arms and ammunition pushing them into this side through drones.
“They also send Arms and ammunition including Ak-47 rifles, grenades, pistols and IED’s which our forces are intercepting successfully.
“Our efforts are on to stop the drone activities from across the border to stop dropping of arms, ammunition and narcotics to this side”, the DGP asserted. (with Agency inputs)