J&K Police Chief Vows Strong Response to Recent Terror Attacks

GG News Bureau
Jammu, 14th June. 
Top cop RR Swain has issued a stern warning to Pakistan and its mercenaries, asserting that the country’s security forces are prepared to deliver a strong response to any attempts to disturb peace in the Union Territory.

Addressing reporters in the Reasi district, Director General of Police (DGP) RR Swain stated, “Pakistan is trying to disturb peace in Jammu and Kashmir through its mercenaries, but our security forces will give a befitting reply to the enemy.” He further cautioned locals against supporting terrorists, warning that such decisions would lead to regret. “You have stakes, including families, land, and jobs, unlike Pakistani militants who have nothing to lose,” he added.

In the past five days, terrorists have struck at four locations: Reasi, Kathua, and two places in the Doda district of the Jammu division. The DGP emphasized that the root of terror in J&K originates across the border. “The clear intent of the adversary is that if they cannot motivate locals for subversive activities to disturb the peaceful atmosphere in Kashmir, they send their own people after recruiting them there and forcibly pushing them into this side,” Swain said.

He highlighted that these foreign militants and their local supporters are driven by money and narcotics. “The enemy agents are doing it for money and narcotics. They will be identified and dealt with sternly. We want to warn them that while the foreign militants will get killed, those who are supporting them will repent,” he said.

Swain also pointed out the severe consequences for locals who support these militants. “We don’t know whom they are sending here after picking them from jails. Those who are supporting them here have land, children, and jobs, and they will suffer,” he warned.

The DGP elaborated on Pakistan’s strategy to exploit the tough terrain of Jammu and Kashmir by sending foreign militants into the forests to disrupt peace. “Security forces are determined and promise-bound to maintain peace and eradicate militancy from Jammu and Kashmir,” he affirmed.

Swain recalled the spread of militancy to the Jammu region, particularly Doda and Ramban, in 1995, and its complete eradication by 2005. “If we face the same type of challenge, rest assured that we are committed and promise-bound to give them a befitting response and kill them one by one to maintain a peaceful atmosphere,” he asserted.

The police chief also reviewed security in the Reasi district during a meeting in Katra town, attended by senior officers of the district administration and police

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