Jammu- Kashmir: Jammu and Kashmir’s DGP said, ‘Terrorism is not over, but…’

Jammu- Kashmir DGP On Eid Prayer: Director General of Police (DGP) of Jammu and Kashmir Dilbag Singh appreciated the role of security forces in anti-terrorist operations. He said that the Union Territory (Union Territory) terrorism is not over in the UT, but "decreasing rapidly."

He further informed that the police and security forces are working hard to eliminate the remaining terrorists anywhere in the UT.  The DGP told this to reporters during a function held at Sonwari, Bandipora.

The designs of the enemies are being foiled

A journalist asked DGP Dilbag Singh whether drone-dropped weapons and drugs are still a challenge? Responding to this, he said that the police has achieved great success in thwarting the plans of the enemies to drop cash, IEDs, weapons and drugs through drones.

He said that although the terrorist activities are less than what we were seeing in the past, but air-dropping of weapons from drones still happens in Kuvpara, Baramulla, Rajouri and Poonch areas. We have seized huge quantities of arms, money and narcotics and such attempts are being foiled continuously. .

Permission to offer Eid prayers at Idgah…
The DGP also announced that the final decision regarding allowing Eid-ul-Fitr prayers at Idgah ground will be taken by the divisional administration. Will take it and not AUQAF. Jammu and Kashmir Waqf chairman Dr Darshan had on Wednesday (April 5) announced that Eid prayers would be held at the renovated Idgah, which the police dismissed as one-sided.

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