Have achieved 100 percent success in peace and stability: ADGP Kashmir

SRINAGAR — Additional Director General of Police (ADGP) Kashmir, Vijay Kumar on Saturday said security forces have achieved 100 percent success in achieving peace and stability in Jammu and Kashmir.

Kumar said, on law and order front, we have achieved 100% success in peace and stability. Only 26 minor cases were reported in 2022 than 2897 cases of law and order incidents in 2016.

No civilian lost life in firing while handling law and order problems in last more than 3 years, he said.

No hartal, no street violence, no stone pelting incident especially at the encounter sites, no internet shutdown, no funeral procession of killed militants, no glamourization of militants, have benefited all the sections of society, he said.

Kumar further said that two remarkable changes observed in society; House owners started denying shelter to militants and Parents don’t feel proud if their wards join militancy. Rather they appeal them to return back, curse militants openly and work with JKP for the return of their wards.

Major gain on the front of anti-militancy ops. Total number of active militants brought down to double digits. All Chiefs & Top Commanders of militant outfits neutralised except HM’s Chief Farooq Nalli & LeT Commander Reyaz Sethri and both would be neutralised soon, he said.

He added that continuous action against militant ecosystems going on. Process of identification, taking cognizance of each threat by registering FIR, making arrests, and also booking them under PSA going on. Properties were attached in 49 terror-related cases during this year, he said.

JKP continuously identifying potential militants through technical surveillance and Humint. Besides, effective parents cooperate with JKP in this process. So far more than two dozen boys have been brought back and living happily with families, Kumar said. — (KIMS)