February 12: In order to bridge the gap between police & public, Kulgam Police facilitated Police Community Partnership Group meetings (PCPG) at Police Station Behibagh, Police Station Qaimoh, Police Station Qazigund, Police station Kulgam, Police Station Manzgam, Police Post Neehama and Police Post Frisal.
The meetings were organised on the directions of SSP Kulgam *Shri Sahil Sarangal-IPS*. At Police station Behibagh, meeting was chaired by Addl SP Kulgam Shri *Tanveer Ahmad Dar-JKPS*, at Police Station Qazigund & Qaimoh, meetings were chaired by Addl. SP NHW Qazigund, Kulgam *Shri Rajinder Singh-JKPS*, at Police Station Kulgam, meeting was chaired by SHO police station Kulgam, at police station Manzgam, meeting was chaired by SHO police station Manzgam, at police Post Neehama, meeting was chaired by IC PP Neehama and at Police Post Frisal, meeting was chaired by IC PP Frisal. The meetings were attended by respectable citizens including members of Auqaf Committees, Numberdars, Chowkidars, Traders Federation, Fruit Associations of the said areas.
During the interaction, participants raised various issues of public importance including drinking water, traffic jams and especially requested for the counselling of the youth of the areas. Referring to the issues highlighted by the participants, chairing officers assured them that genuine issues will be taken up with the concerned authorities for their immediate redressal besides issues related to Police will be resolved in shortest possible time. The Participants were stressed to co-operate with Police in maintaining law and order in the area and in identifying anti-national elements who always try to disrupt the peaceful environment.
Addressing the gathering, officers said that police is making all out efforts in wiping out the curse of drug abuse. He also exhorted the participants to come forward and support the Police in making Kulgam a drugs free district, for which participants in the meeting assured their full co-operation to Police and Administration in tackling social evils and also appreciated the efforts of Police in facilitating community interaction meets where participants express their opinions freely.
Further, officers urged participants to keep strict watch on their wards so that they will not indulge in criminal activities. The meeting concluded with good note of thanks and appreciations from public.