Rajouri, Dec 22: Normal Officer Commanding (GOC) White Knight Corps (16 Corps) Lt Gen Sandeep Jain and the Director Normal of Jammu and Kashmir Police, R R Swain Friday visited Dehra Ki Gali, Bufliyaz and Surankote to evaluation the safety state of affairs and operational standing, following December 21 terror assault.
In terrorists’ firing on military autos, 4 military personnel misplaced their lives and three others sustained accidents on Thursday.
This afternoon, DGP R R Swain visited the world the place he was acquired by DIG Rajouri-Poonch vary, Dr Haseeb Mughal together with Senior Superintendents of Police and different police and military officers.
The DGP examined and reviewed the general safety state of affairs within the space. He was additionally briefed by the native police models in regards to the state of affairs.
Safety state of affairs in Rajouri, Poonch districts is being considered as a serious concern, particularly after the recent terror assault, being thought of as one of many main and brutal assaults executed by terrorists after a correct planning.
DGP Swain additionally reviewed the standing of operations launched by forces within the forest areas of Dehra Ki Gali (DKG), Bufliyaz.
The operation was collectively launched by Indian Military, J&Ok Police, Central Armed Paramilitary Forces to intercept terrorists, who carried out this lethal assault.
16 Corps Commander Lt Gen Jain additionally reviewed the safety state of affairs and took inventory of operations underway and associated developments.
In the meantime, the White Knight Corps paid tributes to the fallen troopers on ‘X.’
“#IndianArmy and #Whiteknight Corps salutes the bravery and supreme sacrifice of 4 troopers in #Surankote on 21 Dec23 whereas preventing the scourge of terrorism,” it wrote on ‘X.’
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