Active militants will be killed or arrested very soon. chief of Police

Most of the madrassas are doing excellent work by improving the skills of the youth: DGP Dilbag Singh
Jammu and Kashmir Director General of Police Dilbag Singh said on Monday that militia in Jammu and Kashmir is now on crutches and it is almost zero in Kishtwar district as there are one or two terrorists active in the area which will be eliminated soon. Talking to reporters on the sidelines of an event, DGP Dilbag Singh said that terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir is alive on crutches. He said that the rest of the terrorists will be arrested or killed soon. J&K Police Chief said that only one or two terrorists are active in Kishtwar who will be arrested soon in Marjay Gaya. He said the sources of entertainment are reviving in Jammu and Kashmir. DGP Dilbagh Singh said that a multiplex will soon come up in Srinagar which will be a great source of entertainment for the youth here. He said that there is a long list of films which famous directors want to shoot in Jammu and Kashmir. This place was once famous. Dilbag Singh said, “I am sure that the time is not far when the youth of Jammu and Kashmir will themselves direct different types of films. To a question about Hurriyat Conference, Director General of Police Dilbagh Singh said that Hurriyat is currently in Jammu. and Kashmir is nowhere. But a new chapter of Hurriyat has opened in Pakistan to instigate the people of J&K. One such example was their strike call on 5th August this year which the people of J&K fulfilled. He said that there was no bandh anywhere in Jammu and Kashmir and instead everywhere. A grand festival was organized. In response to a question, DGP of religious madrasas established in Jammu and Kashmir, Dilbag Singh said. Said that most such institutions are doing excellent work by developing the talent of the youth. He said that some can be used to mislead the youth and such institutions are being monitored. The police chief said that Peacekeepers are active in J&K and trying their best to ensure peace. should become a permanent feature. He said that the police, and other security forces, apart from the civil administration, are working day and night to restore peace. The security forces and administration are effectively fighting to implicate them in violence and narcotics.