Security arrangments for ''Darbar move'' reviewed in Kashmir
Srinagar, Apr 13 (UNI) A high level meeting today reviewed the security situation here apprehending militant attempts to disturb peace on the eve of Darbar Move -- the shifting of the seat of the government from winter capital, Jammu to summer capital, Srinagar.
The ''Darbar Move'' offices will close in winter capital on April 29 and re-open in Srinagar on May 8.
Speaking at the meeting Inspector General of Police K Rajinder Kumar stressed for making elaborate logistic and security arrangements.
He directed field officers to conduct proper sanitisation of National Highway and the places where the ''move'' employees will be lodged.
Lauding the role of Police and Security Forces for remarkable achievements in maintaining law and order front, Mr Kumar said that their valour, commitment and sacrifices has not only turned the security situation in the valley to near normal, but has also earned them the trust of the people.
The IGP stressed upon the need to maintain close coordination between various security agencies and enhanced policing at vulnerable places to avert any untoward incident.
Speaking in the meeting, the Inspector General Central Reserve Police Force, A P Masheshwari, said adequate security measures have been made for safety and security of ''move'' employees.
Giving his perception of the security scenario, the IG CRPF said that besides taking preventive measures, CRPF has also been geared up to face any eventuality in the valley.
UNI BAS AD ND1408