Jammu and Kashmir Director General of Police (DGP) Dilbag Singh said on Saturday that there was no incident of infiltration along the Line of Control (LoC) in the Union Territory (UT) after renewed confirmation by India and Pakistan in February. The 2003 ceasefire agreement.
“I would love to see zero infiltration throughout the year 2021. There has been zero infiltration along the Line of Control across UT and no new ceasefire violations have been reported,” Mr. Singh said at the inauguration of the under-19 T20 zonal. But said – Cricket tournament at Sher-e-Kashmir Cricket Stadium in Srinagar.
He said that 2020 was one of the best years at UT. “I hope 2021 is better than last year,” he said.
On the recent surge in local recruitment in the militant ranks in the Valley, Mr. Singh said, “The situation is not worrisome. Some youth joined the insurgency in Srinagar because they were radicalized by elements who are not happy with the peace. We will deal with such issues. We have to reconcile our heads with religious leaders and social workers. They have to play a role to ensure that the youth are kept away from guns. ”
The DGP said that it left no stone unturned to “send large quantities of weapons and drugs” to neighboring countries.
“A large quantity of pistols, a variety of AK rifles, M-4 US-made rifles and those made in Pakistan or Afghanistan were seized in the Valley last year,” he said.
He also underscored the efforts of the security forces that led to the surrender of three dozen youths – about 12 during the encounter in Jammu and Kashmir last year.