Agencies mapping resources to give befitting reply to terrorists: DGP

Srinagar, June 13(KNS): Jammu and Kashmir Director General of Police (DGP) RR Swain Thursday said police and the security agencies are mapping their resources to give a befitting reply to the terrorists.

DGP RR Swain said that that there is a “security challenge” in the Jammu region which has a difficult terrain comprising forests, streams and hillocks, he told reporters according to KNS correspondent.

“The intent of the enemy is to forcefully recruit and train their citizens and send them over here to create trouble… They are making use of difficult terrain to induct foreign terrorists into the region and give rise to anarchy. We are preparing our response to these recent activities. We are getting ready and mapping our resources and trying to give a befitting reply,” DGP Swain said.

However he said terrorists are not in large numbers.
“The terrorists are not much in number, but they are not in jurisdiction of law and have nothing to lose, this is the reason they can cause extensive harm,” he added.Click Here To Follow Our WhatsApp Channel

The DGP warned the " enemy agents" "who sell their conscience for some bucks and narcotics to support terrorists.
"When they fail to recruit locals, they recruit their citizens and send them over. Enemy agents have been identified. The terrorists have left everything behind and have nothing to lose, but the people in J&K, the stakeholders, have everything to lose if they come forward to help the terrorists," he added.

Jammu and Kashmir region has been witnessing a surge in violence with three significant attacks: the Reasi terror attack, the Kathua terror attack, and the Doda terror attack.

On June 9 terrorists targeted a bus in Reasi resulting in the deaths of at least nine pilgrims and injuring 42 others.

In Kathua encounter two terrorists and a CRPF man were killed on Wednesday.(KNS) 

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