Jammu: Dilbagh Singh, the director-general of police (DGP), Jammu & Kashmir (J&Okay) and senior Border Safety Power (BSF) officers on Tuesday visited the Indo-Pak worldwide border (IB) in Jammu division’s Samba district on Tuesday in a bid to evaluate the safety state of affairs on the bottom forward of the monsoon season.
Singh additionally rewarded the BSF workforce, which shot down a Pakistani drone, loaded with a classy rifle and 7 grenades, in Kathua district’s Hiranagar sector final week.
The DGP was accompanied by NS Jamwal, inspector-general (IG), Jammu, BSF, and different senior officers.
They visited border areas together with the Basantar river mattress to evaluate the shut coordination between BSF, police, and different civilian companies in view of the wet season, a BSF spokesperson mentioned.
Additionally they supervised the flood safety works on the Basantar river mattress.
Singh emphasised on guaranteeing real-time, shut coordination between border guarding forces, civilian companies and native police personnel to handle the issues of the villagers.
Jamwal briefed the DGP concerning the BSF’s domination within the Basantar river mattress space and Singh praised the exhausting work of the safety personnel to protect the red-hot IB, the spokesperson mentioned.
Sanjeev Verma, Divisional Commissioner (DCO) Jammu; Mukesh Singh, IGP Jammu; Rohit Khajuria, divisional commissioner (DC), Samba; BSF officers; and representatives of different civilian companies additionally accompanied the workforce that visited the IB.
“The DGP supervised the flood safety work in Basanter river and exhorted the farmers for sowing crops much less in top within the river mattress,” mentioned the spokesman.
Pakistani terrorists have been utilizing river beds and rivulets to infiltrate into India through the IB and the Line of Management (LoC), regardless of 24×7 surveillance.