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J-K DGP reiterates appeal to youth to shun militancy, lead peaceful life

Reiterating his appeal to youth who had joined militancy to shun the path of violence and lead a normal life with families, Director General of Police (DGP) Dilbagh Singh congratulated Suhaib Bhat who surrendered during an encounter at Shopian where three Al-Badr militants, including a policeman turned top commander, were killed in an encounter by security forces on August 28.
Reviewing the security scenario, Mr Singh lauded the security forces for successful operations in south Kashmir, a police spokesperson said.
He further said DGP Singh on Saturday visited twin districts of Pulwama and Shopian in south Kashmir to review the security scenario and Law and Order, where seven militants–four belonging to Al-Badr and three Hizbul Mujahideen (HM)–were killed and a soldier was martyred on August 28 and 29.
Mr Singh stated that local youths who were willing to shun the path of violence and destruction were always welcome to live a peaceful life with their families.
He congratulated Suhaib Bhat and his parents who surrendered during the encounter at Shopian. He expressed his hope that all those persons who have been lured to join the militancy would choose the right path by surrendering and would shun the path of violence and destruction.
He further stated that neither in the past nor in future the path of violence has proved beneficial.
The DGP reiterated appealed on behalf of Police and security forces to all those youths who were lured and pushed by the Pakistan sponsored militants on the path of violence and destruction to come and join the peaceful life with their families.
He appreciated the Police personnel, Army and CRPF officials on the success of the back to back encounters in which seven militants were neutralised and one militant surrendered.
He also paid homage to the soldier who was martyred in the encounter in Pulwama. The DGP, J&K was accompanied by the Inspector General of Police (IGP), Kashmir range Vijay Kumar.
Mr Singh revealed that Al Badr district commander Shakoor Parray and his accomplices were involved in various heinous crimes. He further revealed that they were involved in the abduction and then killing of Khanmoh Panch.
The DGP said that Shakoor Parray and his accomplices were also involved in the recruitment of local youth into the militancy.
Chairing the security review meetings with senior officers of Police, Army and CRPF in these districts DGP Singh stressed for continuous coordination and synergy among the forces for better deliverance at different levels.
He further said that accountability and public cooperation is imperative to get desired results of policing at different fronts. He said our neighbouring country is always looking to disturb the peaceful situation in the Kashmir valley. But, he said, one thing is sure they will not succeed.
The DGP added that the efficient initiative taken by different security force have ensured safety and security of the people, besides maintenance of law & order. He said that our efforts would continue to gain public confidence and foil the sinister designs of anti-national elements.
The officers briefed the DGP about the counter insurgency operations and overall security scenario of these twin districts.

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