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Will wipe-out militancy from Kishtwar belt soon: DGP Dilbagh Singh

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Srinagar : Director General of Police Dilbagh Singh today said militancy element was present in Kishtwar since long and in the recent past a few more people joined it and “our efforts is to wipe-out entire module and to ensure militancy is not revived in Kishtwar belt.” Talking to reporters on the sidelines of a function in Jammu region, DGP Singh said that Parrihar brothers and RSS leader’s killing case is being investigated by the NIA and he won’t be able to speak much about it. “The culprits were identified in these cases,” he said. “As far as Kishtwar district is concerned, the element of militancy is very old here and in the recent past some youth joined them. Our effort is to wipe out the entire module and we will ensure that militancy is not allowed to revive in Kishtwar belt,” he said while replying to a query asked by the KNO reporter. On the installation of CCTVs, the DGP said that there is a need to install CCTVs at various places to ensure heightened vigil. “City and old places had CCTVs but there is a need to install CCTV at more places. Project report is ready and is being looked into by the ADG headquarters,” he said. About the growing drug abuse in Rajouri-Poonch, he said that the people arrested recently have revealed that there was a deep nexus in various areas among the dealers that includes Rajouri-Poonch area too. “In the coming days, we will go tough against the drug paddlers in these areas,” he said.(KNO)

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