Dilbag Singh, Director General (DGP) of Jammu and Kashmir (Jammu and Kashmir) and a senior officer of the Border Security Force (BSF), visited the Indo-Pak International Border (IB) in Samba district of Jammu division in Boli on Tuesday. To review the security situation on the ground before the monsoon.
Singh also presented awards to the BSF team that shot down a Pakistani drone loaded with a state-of-the-art rifle and seven grenades in the Hiranagar sector of Kathua district last week.
The DGP was accompanied by NS Jamwal, Inspector General (IG), Jammu, BSF and other senior officials.
A BSF spokesperson said they had visited border areas, including the Basantar river bed, to review the close coordination between the BSF, police and other civic agencies in view of the rainy season.
They also supervised flood protection works on the bed of Basantar river.
Singh stressed on ensuring real-time, ga, coordination between border guard forces, civil agencies and local police personnel to allay the concerns of the villagers.
Jamwal informed the DCP about the BSF's dominance in the Basantar river bed area and Singh appreciated the hard work of the security personnel for the protection of the red-hot IB, the spokesperson said.
Sanjeev Verma, Divisional Commissioner (DCO) Jammu; Mukesh Singh, IGP Jammu; Rohit Khajuria, Divisional Commissioner (DC), Samba; BSF officers; And representatives from other civic agencies were also with the visiting team at the IB.
The spokesperson said that the DGP supervised the flood protection work in Basantar river and urged the farmers to plant less crops in the river bed.
Pakistani terrorists are using river beds and river beds to infiltrate India through IB and Line of Control (LOC) despite 24×7 surveillance.