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    Jammu KashmirJKP turns large force to multifarious duties: DGP

    JKP turns large force to multifarious duties: DGP


    JKP turns large force to multifarious duties: DGP

    Tawi, Jan 15

    Dr. SP Vaid, the new DGP said that during the recent years JK Police has turned a large force with multifarious duties and the organisation has been focusing on capacity building of the force in different fields. Under the progamme, residential and office accommodations have been constructed in every district of the State with the aim to enhance living and working conditions of the personnel, especially in the far-off areas.

    DGP said that our cops are deployed in every corner of the state, who have to face hostile conditions and situations while performing their duties and a mega construction programme was undertaken for the capacity building of the personnel across the State. Besides other components like weaponry, mobility and networking, we are enhancing the basic facilities for the Jawans and officers so that they could deliver in a better way, he added.

    Managing Director AK Choudhary and Executive Engineer Police Housing Corporation, who were with the DGP briefed about the different features of building. It was informed that the building would have a meeting hall and a computer lab, besides housing all branches of the district office.


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