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Security troops will track down militants who are hidden in the upper regions of Kashmir

<p>Soon, security forces will begin an operation to drive out militants from Pakistan and the Kashmir valley who are said to be hiding in the high ranges in preparation for a winter attack.<img decoding=”async” class=”alignnone wp-image-268987″ src=”https://www.theindiaprint.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/11/theindiaprint.com-security-troops-will-track-down-militants-who-are-hidden-in-the-upper-regions-of-k.jpg” alt=”theindiaprint.com security troops will track down militants who are hidden in the upper regions of k” width=”905″ height=”678″ srcset=”https://www.theindiaprint.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/11/theindiaprint.com-security-troops-will-track-down-militants-who-are-hidden-in-the-upper-regions-of-k.jpg 259w, https://www.theindiaprint.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/11/theindiaprint.com-security-troops-will-track-down-militants-who-are-hidden-in-the-upper-regions-of-k-150×112.jpg 150w” sizes=”(max-width: 905px) 100vw, 905px” title=”Security troops will track down militants who are hidden in the upper regions of Kashmir 9″></p>
<p>In order to devise a plan of action to combat terrorism in the winter months, J&K Police, CRPF, BSF, CISF, RPF, and intelligence agencies assembled in a high-level meeting that was co-chaired by Director General of Police, RR Swain, and Director General of the CRPF, Dr. Sujoy Lal Thaosen, last evening in Srinagar.</p>
<p>Swain gave the order to start operations at higher altitudes in order to flush out the terrorists who were hiding.</p>
<p>Threadbare conversations about terrorism were place throughout the conference; topics included the existence of foreign and local terrorists in higher altitudes and their efforts to descend during the winter.</p>
<p>The topic of ongoing cross-border infiltration attempts and the steps done to prevent them was also covered.</p>
<p>A thorough evaluation of all the winter security plans was conducted during the conference. The field officers provided an update on the numerous precautions and countermeasures implemented to ensure public safety and security.</p>
<p>Extra DG, CRPF, Kashmir ADGP Kashmir Zone Nalin Prabhat; IG BSF Frontier Kashmir Vijay Kumar IGP CRPF Srinagar (Ops) Sector, Ajay Yadav, IGP BK Virdhi, DIGs Sujit Kumar, Vivek Gupta, Rayees Mohammad Bhat, DIG SSB Kashmir, HBK Singh, DIG CRPF North Srinagar, and Ashok Yadav, IG CRPF Kashmir Operations Sector Gyanendra Kumar Verma DIG CRPF Baramulla RS Rawat, DIG CRPF South Kashmir, Sudhir Kumar, DIG CRPF South Srinagar, KS Deswal Attending the meeting were Alok Awasthi, DIG RPF KK Ashraf, DIG CISF Vertul Singh, SSP Srinagar, SSP PCR Kashmir, and intelligence officials.</p>
<p>In order to get the intended outcomes, Swain emphasized the need for augmenting and increasing skills. He gave the order to monitor the security situation using contemporary technological instruments.</p>
<p>The DGP gave the order to expand the Dial 112 hotline in the Police Control Rooms and to assign it the role of first responder in any given circumstance. The DGP emphasized the need to continue being very watchful of the terror support ecosystem, which terrorists were using to carry out their evil plans. They also urged that every effort be made to track down suspicious components. In addition, he emphasized the need for concerted actions to destroy the network of overground workers (OGWs) and hybrid terrorists.</p>
<p>In order to prevent terror organizations from having a chance to resurface, Swain instructed the military to keep up the pressure on anti-peace elements. The officials were urged by the DGP to devise plans for strengthening the state of peace in Jammu and Kashmir.</p>
<p>The DGP warned that there will be efforts to cause unrest in this area despite the fact that the number of active terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir is at an all-time low. He oversaw a collaborative training program for staff members to address law and order scenarios.</p>
<p>The topic of ongoing cross-border infiltration attempts and the precautions taken to prevent them was also covered. There were also flimsy conversations of building a database of terrorists without classification.</p>
<p>In addition to increasing capacity, other topics covered included sharing information to improve operational outcomes and enhancing force-to-force communication to advance force synergy.</p>
<p>The officers in attendance made recommendations for enhancing J&K’s already strong peace and for counterterrorism operations.</p>

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