Dilbagh Singh, the director-general of police (DGP), Jammu & Kashmir (J&Ok) and senior Border Safety Drive (BSF) officers on Tuesday visited the Indo-Pak world border (IB) in Jammu department’s Samba district on Tuesday in a bid to check the protection scenario at the floor forward of the monsoon season.
Singh additionally rewarded the BSF staff, which shot down a Pakistani drone, loaded with a complicated rifle and 7 grenades, in Kathua district’s Hiranagar sector ultimate week.
The DGP was once accompanied by means of NS Jamwal, inspector-general (IG), Jammu, BSF, and different senior officials.
They visited border spaces together with the Basantar river mattress to check the shut coordination between BSF, police, and different civilian businesses in view of the wet season, a BSF spokesperson mentioned.
In addition they supervised the flood coverage works at the Basantar river mattress.
Singh emphasized on making sure real-time, shut coordination between border guarding forces, civilian businesses and native police body of workers to handle the worries of the villagers.
Jamwal briefed the DGP in regards to the BSF’s domination within the Basantar river mattress house and Singh praised the exhausting paintings of the protection body of workers to protect the red-hot IB, the spokesperson mentioned.
Sanjeev Verma, Divisional Commissioner (DCO) Jammu; Mukesh Singh, IGP Jammu; Rohit Khajuria, divisional commissioner (DC), Samba; BSF officials; and representatives of alternative civilian businesses additionally accompanied the staff that visited the IB.
“The DGP supervised the flood coverage paintings in Basanter river and exhorted the farmers for sowing plants much less in peak within the river mattress,” mentioned the spokesman.
Pakistani terrorists had been the usage of river beds and rivulets to infiltrate into India by the use of the IB and the Line of Keep an eye on (LoC), regardless of 24×7 surveillance.