Jammu and Kashmir News
Jammu, July 16: In view of ongoing Shri Amarnath Ji Yatra, likely visit of Hon’ble Prime Minister of India and coming religious festivals on 17th and 19th of the instant month, Sh. M. Sulaiman Salaria IPS, IGP Railways J&K alongwith Sh. Suram Singh, SP Railways Jammu, DYSP GRP Lines Jammu and SDPO Railways Jammu held security review meeting at Railway Station Jammu and adjoining area on 16.07.2015.
The IGP issued on spot instructions/guidelines to the GO’s and jurisdiction officers for safety and security of both men and material at Railway Station Jammu, as the said vital installation is the most crowded Railway Station of the State where visitors/tourists/pilgrims/employees/general public throng in thousands on daily basis .The officers were instructed to brief the Jawans/Officers to provide all viable assistance to public especially to Shri Amaranth Ji Yatries and be polite with pubic but firm with duties. The GO’s were directed to ensure that the Yatries are not being charged extra by shopkeepers, food points, commercial vehicle operators or other authorized vendors at Railway Station Jammu.
Later, a security review meeting was held by the IGP Railways at GRP Lines Jammu in which Sh. Suram Singh, SP Railways Jammu, SDPO Railways Jammu, ASC RPF, Dy. SP GRP Lines Jammu, representatives from CRPF and NGO’s of GRP Jammu participated. It was reiterated to the participants that the security of Railways is paramount for GRP but better security system is possible only when all the security agencies engaged for security of Railways remain well knitted with GRP. The participants were instructed to remain well coordinated ,make necessary liaison with each other and share security related information with each other so that any attempt of nefarious act by ANE’s/ASE’s will timely be foiled. It was emphasized upon all to remain loyal and honest with their respective duties. The participants were instructed to make all out efforts to reduce the accidents on track and at Railway Stations and bring crime to its bottom level.