J&K chief secretary, DGP take stock of security arrangements in Srinagar on Eid


SRINAGAR: Jammu and Kashmir Chief Secretary BVR Subrahmanyam and Director General of Police (DGP) Dilbag Singh visited parts of Srinagar city on Saturday to take stock of the security and deployment arrangements on the occasion of Eid.
They interacted with the territorial officers and jawans deployed on duty, a police spokesperson said.
The chief secretary and the DGP visited the M A Road, JC Flyover, Secretariat, Batamaloo, Court, Bemina, Qamarwari, Safakadal, Nalamar, Khanayar, Rainawari, Nageen, Foreshore, Nishat and Boulevard areas, he said. The visit was primarily aimed at taking stock of the on-ground security measures and deployment of forces in the city, besides greeting civilians, police and security forces personnel on the occasion of Eid-Ul-Adha, the spokesperson said.
While interacting with the territorial officers, the chief secretary and the DGP directed them to be alert and cautious as anti-national elements are hell-bent on disturbing the peaceful environment.
“They directed them to ensure a people-friendly atmosphere during the festival of Eid, while maintaining peace and order and making sure that the health protocols are followed by everyone,” the spokesperson said.


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