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SRINAGAR: ADGP armed, Jammu and Kashmir, Shri Arun Kumar Choudhary visited North Kashmir’s Kupwara and Baramulla district where he interacted with officers and chaired Darbars of Jawans at armed headquarter in both these districts. The  ADGP first visited Armed Police Complex at Wayun Kupwara  where he was received by the Sr. Superintendent of Police and Commandant IRP 4th Battalion Abrar Chowdhary alongwith the other officers of the unit. The ADGP took salute at the quartergaurd and thereafter inspected the various branches of the unit besides he also inspected the residential areas and estates at the headquarter.  After inspection, the ADG chaired Darbar of the Jawans and officers and heard their highlighted grievances patiently.

While addressing the Darbar Shir Choudhary said that safety and security of the police men is a prime concern for which they are required to remain extra alert while performing duties of different nature. He said while performing various law and order duties there is a need to remain extra cautious and careful and follow the standard operating procedures  (SOPs) properly so that least inconvenience is caused to the general public.

Referring to the welfare measure for police personnel, ADGP said that many welfare schemes are already in place for the welfare of the policemen and many of them are in the pipeline so as to ensure maximum benefits are provided to our policemen. He assured the darbar that the issues highlighted by them will be looked into on priority.

After darbar the ADGP Choudhary chaired a meeting of all officers including Company Commanders and issued directions regarding the present security dimensions and measures required to be taken. He advised them to strike a balance between enforcing the discipline and ensuring the welfare of the officials. The Commanding Officer IRP 4th Battalion Abrar Chowdhary presented the vote of thanks. The ADGP also  interacted with the Deputy Commissioner Kupwara Shri Khalid Jehangir, SP Kupwara Shriram Ambarkar, CO CRPF 98 Battalion and other officers.

The ADGP later visited the headquarters of IRP 13th  Battalion where he chaired a meeting of officers of the unit and interacted with the jawans. During meeting he issued detailed instructions to the officers and jawans with respect to the routine duties and the duties view of the forthcoming local bodies and panchayat elections. He asked the personnel to maintain the highest standards of discipline & training.