“I am proud of the fact that Jammu and Kashmir Police by the dint of its selfless services and sacrifices has made a name for itself and its history is written in golden letters”. This was stated by the Director General of Police, J&K Shri Dilbag Singh while addressing a Darbar of trainees at PTS Kathua today.
ADGP Jammu Zone Shri Mukesh Singh, DIG Admin PHQ Ms Sara Rizvi, SSP Kathua Shri RC Kotwal, AIG Training & Policy Shri JS Johar, Principal PTS Kathua Shri Roop Raj Bhagat, Vice Principal PTS Kathua Shri Ranjit Singh and all the staff of PTS attended the Darbar.
Addressing the trainees, the DGP said that it is a happy moment for him to be among the trainees as they are getting ready to shoulder the responsibilities with J&K Police Pariwar. He said that the trainees must have gained good training inputs and knowledge by now.
The batch is comprised of both young and experienced personnel and have come from both the regions of JK UT and also from UT Ladakh including women recruits.
He directed for preparing the list of the trainees as per their qualification and special skills so that their posting is planned accordingly. He wished them good luck and advised them to prepare for the final exams.
The DGP said that with the committed efforts of J&K Police and CAPFs and the cooperation of the people we have a much better security situation in Jammu and Kashmir and added that we have to continue our resolve to strengthen it further.
He said that Pakistan and its agencies are continuously making conspiracies to create disturbance in J&K by way of sending drugs and arms here adding that like the past their evil attempts would be foiled with fortitude.
He said that People in J&K have understood the designs of anti-peace elements and are firmly responding to thwart every sponsored conspiracy.
The DGP said erstwhile confrontation between Police /CAPFs and misguided youth which used to follow every Friday prayers at many places has ended and youth are supporting the policing and are taking part in constructive activities.
He said that Police friendly approach is being ensured at all levels so that people don’t face any inconvenience during their day to day activities.Paying glowing tributes to the J&K Police martyrs, the DGP said that it is our responsibility to remember our fallen heroes and take care of their families.
He informed that PHQ is re-building the data of NOKs of martyrs aimed to give them training in skills so that they would be able to earn their livelihood besides would be helpful in providing the necessary help and assistance.
“I am proud of the fact that Jammu and Kashmir Police by the dint of its selfless services and sacrifices has made a name for itself and its history is being written in golden letters”, he added.
The Principal PTS Kathua, Shri Roop Raj Bhagat in his welcome address thanked the DGP for visiting the training centre which he said would boost the morale of the trainees. He also briefed about the working of the training centre.