GP Kashmir Swayam Prakash Pani accompanied by DIG north Kashmir Sunil Gupta visited Kupwara on Sunday and held a darbar of the officers and police personnel’s in DPL Kupwara during which many Jawans put-forth their grievances which the IGP promised to look into, a statement said.
The statement said that IGP while interacting with the Police personnel’s said that efforts are being undertaken at district, range and Zonal levels to address the grievances of police personnel in the orderly room.
The statement added that IGP used the occasion to make the Policemen aware about the initiatives were taken at Zonal level regarding tracking of their GP fund cases and asked the Jawans to take full advantage of the welfare schemes initiated by DGP for the speedy and effective redressal of their grievances.
He also advised them to follow proper SOP while discharging Law and order duties and to remain careful while performing sensitive duties like prisoner escort duties, Naka duty etc.
IGP also informed the jawans about several key measures undertaken by the Government related to the housing facilities, enhanced ex gratia facilities, health policy involving good hospitals for the J&K Police personnel. He also impressed upon the officers and Jawans to ensure people-friendly policing.
Terming Police has a big family, he urged the force to ensure fair and professional policing for bridging the gap between community and police, said a statement.
In the afternoon, IGP also interacted with civil and military officials in the district including Maj Gen C B Punappa, GOC 28 Inf. Div. DC Kupwara and other Army/PMF Officers and discussed the prevailing security scenario in the frontier District, the statement added.