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J&K police sets targets for 2022; special teams to investigate NDPS cases

Last Updated on January 12, 2022 at 5:24 pm

A high level meeting was held to set up plans for 2022 by the Jammu and Kashmir police officials to discuss the significant matters.

The first session of the meeting was chaired by Director General of Police (DGP) Dilbag Singh and second session was chaired by ADGP Jammu Mukesh Singh.

The cases registered under Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act and the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances (NDPS) Act will be investigated by special teams in all districts of Jammu and Kashmir. Director General of Police Dilbag Singh has directed to set up special teams in J&K to probe such cases.

The DGP has given directions to police officers to keep a close check on anti-social and anti-national elements.

Singh informed at a divisional-level police meeting to analyze the performance of 2021 and prepare the plans and strategies for 2022 for Jammu zone that these teams will work under the direct supervision of district Senior Superintendents of Police (SSPs) should be constituted for investigation of the NDPS, UA(P)A and other cases of special nature.

DGP also laid stress on improving the techniques of investigation while directing for setting the targets for immediate disposal of pending UA(P)A and NDPS cases.

 The DGP also said that more public support should be gained for prevention of crimes, noting that both modern and traditional policing are equally important in dealing with crimes at different fronts. The DGP directed for deputing the first-aid teams in accident-prone areas. He also directed the officers to take up the work of improving the accommodation and other facilities of jawans and officers on a fast-track basis.

DGP directed for opening up of special women helpdesks in every district for crimes against women and they can report in such helpdesks without any fear.