Anyone in J&K or from across the border providing any support to terror activities would be brought to justice : DGP J&K

| Updated: 05 November, 2023 7:19 pm IST
Director General of Police J&K R.R Swain meeting with the family of martyred Head Constable Ghulam Mohammed Dar in Baramulla to express his condolences to his family

The Director General of Police J&K R.R Swain on Saturday visited the home of martyred Head Constable Ghulam Mohammed Dar in Baramulla to express his condolences to his family.

Swain met the family members of the martyr and expressed his heartfelt condolence on behalf of J&K Police. He also assured that the entire police department was with the family to provide them with all support possible.

The DGP was accompanied by ADGP Kashmir Vijay Kumar, DIG North Kashmir Vivek Gupta, SSP Baramulla and other police officials.

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Talking to the media after visiting Marty’s home, R.R Swain said, “We have lost a member of our Police Parivar, a nobleman, a father, a brother, and a citizen of Kashmir. We have vowed to go to the bottom of the matter and identify the killer and all those who supported him in any way and bring them to justice.”

The DGP said that the handlers from across the borders are not sending money here to build hospitals, roads and other things but to support terrorism and disturb peace here.

“We will be able to foil their plans only when no one here supports them adding that we are working to create that atmosphere”, the DGP said.

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Later in the afternoon, the DGP visited the Pattan police station where he reviewed its functioning while checking crime statistics. While interacting with the jurisdictional Police personnel, the DGP stressed for adopting comprehensive countermeasures to tackle terror crime incidents adding that protecting the lives of people is our utmost responsibility.

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