In wake of a spurt in militant attacks on police personnel, Jammu and Kashmir Director General of Police Dilbag Singh on Wednesday directed officers to revisit the security arrangements in the valley.
Singh chaired a crime and security meeting of all range DIGs and district SSPs including police districts of the valley at the headquarters to review the police functioning in Kashmir Zone.
Before the commencement of the meeting, the DGP along with all officers of Kashmir Zone paid homage to Inspector Parvaiz Ahmad Dar who was killed in a militant attack on Tuesday in the Nowgam area of the city.
The DGP said the 2000 batch officer had performed excellently at his places of postings and two minutes of silence was also observed in remembrance of the slain inspector.
During the meeting, the DGP directed the officers to revisit the security arrangements as terrorists would continue to look for soft targets.
He asked the officers to keep an eye on potential trouble mongers and analyse the ground situations on a real-time basis. Singh said the safety of people should be ensured and impressed upon following all standard operating procedures in letter and spirit.