SRINAGAR, OCTOBER 29: In order to bring visible improvements in the working of Jammu and Kashmir Police and make it a modern force, the Organization is upgrading its infrastructural assets with modern living and working facilities. This could strengthen the living standards of the personnel and improve their professional capabilities.
This was disclosed by the Director General of Police (DGP), Mr. K. Rajendra Kumar, while commissioning new buildings at Dignibal Shuhama in Ganderbal district today. The constructions have been made under Alternate Accommodation Programme which include officer’s residential block and administrative block. The constructions have been completed within two years by Police Constructions Division (PCD) at a cost of Rs. 1.75 cores.
Mr. Rajendra said that during the past several years a large building infrastructure has been raised under modernization programme in all the districts of the State and handed over to the concerned units to house their offices as well as residential accommodation for the jawans and officers. He said that infrastructure plays an important role to enhance efficiency of a force providing better service to the people.
Mr. Rajendra said that additional accommodation was a dire need to accommodate security personnel, who remains busy with internal security duties at different locations. He said that while constructing the new infrastructure, latest requirements for the inmates have been kept in mind. He said that the accommodation would suffice living facilities for the personnel.
Before commissioning the buildings, the DGP was briefed by ADGP (Headquarters), Mr. S. P. Vaid about the drawing and latest facilities in newly raised infrastructure made by the PCD. He said that the buildings are having modern facilities, besides sufficient office and residential accommodation for the inmates.
Among others, the function was attended by MD Police Housing Corporation Mr. AK Choudhary, DIG CKR Srinagar, Mr. Ghulam Hassan Bhat and SP Ganderbal Mr. Imtiaz Ismail Parray and other police officers.