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Rajendra reviews functioning of police deptt

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SRINAGAR: The Director General of Police (DGP), K. Rajendra Kumar, who is personally monitoring and supervising the assistance extended by JKP to the people in the flood affected areas, on Tuesday asked the officers to mobilise their resources and coordinate with the civil administration to ease the problems of the people in this hour of need.
Rajendra, who is taking meetings of senior police officers regularly to review the progress on the rescue front, directed all Zonal IsGP, range DIsGP, District Superintendents and Commandants of Armed/IRP Battalions of JKP to mobilize their subordinate establishments and work round the clock for the rescue and assistance of the people in their respective areas.
Rajendra during his visit to the affected areas, sought reports from the field officers about the functioning of police establishments during the evacuation of people from the flood hit areas. He was informed that police personnel under the command and control of senior officers took a massive operation to rescue the people trapped in the floods. He was told that JKP personnel were pressed into service who are working hard to restore essential services in these areas.
Rajendra expressed satisfaction over the functioning of police stations hit by the floods, which have started their work of public service from the nearest safer locations.
The DGP disclosed that in coordination with Indian Railways, JKP has been under taking strenuous efforts to restore train service in the Valley. He said that 57 kms railway track from Baramulla to Nowgam has been restored and all the eight Railway Stations in North Kashmir have been made functional and the remaining railway stations in South Kashmir would start functioning within next few days. He assured the railway authorities that JKP is with them to provide assistance for restoration of rail service in the valley.
The DGP disclosed that in order to coordinate rescue and relief work with the civil administration, police tele-communication network is being strengthened and satellite phones, wireless sets provided to the designated officers assigned with the rescue and relief operations. Besides, Police Tele-communication Control Room has been established at Police Headquarters (PHQ) to facilitate the communication between different agencies involved in rescue operations and restoration works.

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