Jammu, Feb 29 (UNI) Assuring reformation and making police more efficient in the state, Jammu and Kashmir Director General of Police Kuldeep Khoda today said there would be no more ''stagnation'' in the police department and backlogs would be cleared soon.
Speaking on the sidelines of a press conference, addressed by the DGP on the eve of the third All India Police Hockey meet, Mr Khoda told UNI, ''There is a lot to be done in the police department and we are in the process of clearing the backlogs in the form of promotions and transfers.'' ''Those, who have spend more time at one post itself, are being considered and whose promotions are pending, will be done by the ending March or mid-April,'' Mr Khoda said, asserting that there would be no more ''stagnation'' in the police department ahead.
''Recently some of the pending promotions have been cleared and rest will be done soon,'' he said.
Besides, the DGP said Special Police Officers (SPOs), who had lost their lives while fighting militancy, were on a high agenda of the police department.
''Around 446 SPOs have sacrificed their lives till date in insurgency operations. The rehabilitation and compensation to their families is on top priority of the police department,'' Mr Khoda said, adding that soon there would be good news for the SPOs performing their duties tirelessly.
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