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No hartals, stone pelting: Achieved 100% success in peace, stability, says ADGP Kashmir

No hartals, stone pelting: Achieved 100% success in peace, stability, says ADGP Kashmir

Jammu: The Jammu and Kashmir Police on Saturday claimed that they have achieved 100% success in peace & stability on Law and Order front. From 2897 cases of L&O incidents in 2016 to 26 minor cases in 2022, while no civilian lost life in firing while handling L&O problems in last more than 3 years, ADGP Kashmir, Vijay Kumar said.

“No hartal, no street violence, no stone pelting incident especially at the encounter sites, no internet shutdown, no funeral procession of killed terrorists, no glamourization of terrorists, have benefited all the sections of society,” ADGP Kashmir said.

He said that major gain on the front of anti-terrorist ops. Total number of active terrorists brought down to double digits. All Chiefs & Top Commanders of terror outfits neutralised except HM’s Chief Farooq Nalli & LeT Commander Reyaz Sethri and both would be neutralised soon.

Kumar said that continuous action against terror ecosystems going on, and process of identification, taking cognizance of each threat by registering FIR, making arrests, and also booking them under PSA going on. Properties were attached in 49 terror-related cases during this year.

“We are focusing on effective actions on drug menace. Total 946 cases registered this year and 1560 persons were arrested. Besides 132 drug peddlers booked under PIT Act. Huge quantity of contraband seized including 11.8Kg Brown Sugar,46Kgs Heroine & 200Kgs charas,” ADGP Kashmir added.

JKP is continuously identifying potential militants through technical surveillance and Humint, besides, effective parents cooperate with JKP in this process. So far more than two dozen boys have been brought back and are living happily with families, he said.

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ADGP said that Cyber Police station Kashmir received hundreds of complaints regarding online crimes like financial fraud, social media crimes, mobile missing, cyberbullying, sextortion, etc. in 2022. Timely action recovered Rs. 3 Crores of the gullible public who were trapped in different financial scams. Approx 500 mobiles worth lakhs of rupees also recovered.

Total 55 FIRs were registered against cyber criminals and 16 chargesheeted in the court of law. Several awareness programmes were held under Cyber Jagrookta Diwas.


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