‘We will create such an environment that any terrorist supporter…’ warns DGP RR Swain

DGP RR Swain on Pakistani handlers: Jammu and Kashmir Director General of Police (DGP) RR Swain reached Baramulla on Saturday (November 4) to meet the family of the martyred policeman. During this, while talking to the media persons, he announced that a new ‘Operation Allout’ will be launched during winter against all the supporters of terrorist groups in the state.

DGP Swain, who took charge of Jammu and Kashmir Police on November 1, said that there is no doubt that terrorist operators from across the border are trying to disturb the peace here. Swain told that this operation will start in winter and the security forces will eliminate all these terrorist supporters who support it here.

‘Will foil all the plans of Pakistan’
DGP Swain said, “We will foil all plans of Pakistan to send both arms and ammunition to terrorists. We will not allow terrorists and their supporters to kill security personnel or civilians.”

Swain said that Jammu and Kashmir Police is fully prepared to foil all the nefarious plans of terrorists. He clarified that this is possible only when terrorists do not get local support.

‘No one will be ready to help Pakistani masters’
The DGP said that the police will create such an environment in Jammu and Kashmir where no one will be ready to help their masters across the border. Swain said, “All criminals will be brought to justice, whether they are from here (Jammu and Kashmir) or from across the border in Pakistan.”

On the murder of Jammu and Kashmir Police constable Ghulam Mohammed Dar in Karalpora village of Baramulla on October 31, the DGP said that Jammu and Kashmir Police has got clues to his murder and those involved in it will not be spared. He said, “Apart from a police member, we have also lost a father, brother and a Kashmiri.”

It is noteworthy that recently in three districts of Jammu and Kashmir, terrorists had killed a policeman, a non-local laborer in a target attack, while a police officer was injured, who is still undergoing treatment in Srinagar hospital. .

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