SRINAGAR : Narco terrorism is a severe emerging threat for society and big fish involved in it will be decimated with top down approach, J&K UT, DGP, Rashmi Ranjan Swain said during an interaction with reporters after DGP’s public grievance meet at police headquarter on Saturday.
“The might of law enforcement agencies will be combined to target the “wholesale” dealers”. “We will go after the big fish controlling narco terrorism, said Swain.
“We will assimilate the power of all agencies such as ED, IT, NIA, SIA and district police against these wholesale dealers of narco terrorism operating at the behest of those sitting across the border. We don’t want to create a situation where prosperity of these people lures others. We want to finish this model”, said Swain.
He said law enforcement agencies are cracking down on those involved in recruitment for terrorist groups as well as narcotic dealers and smugglers.
In a stern warning to the supporters of terrorists, DGP said, “People who incite or facilitate a youngster to join terrorist ranks will be equally liable, if not more.
“Writers who hide behind the freedom of expression” to incite youths will also be proceeded against, he said and added that the aim of security agencies is that there should be no recruitment to terrorist ranks at all.
Speaking on meeting with the public, Swain said, “It is a new effort towards addressing the grievances of people and it contains message value and served as connection with the people”.
“I was not sure how many people will come and what all issues they will bring.“ But there are some issues which can be resolved instantly while some need further examination. We will try to refine it with a follow-up system where the complainant can track their grievances. We will tell the complainants about what we could do or could not do about their issues,” Swain added.
We may not have solutions to all problems but issues related to the police administration will be resolved.