BJP-PDP alliance breaks, Mehbooba quits as J&K CM, opposition seeks fresh polls; anti-terror ops set to intensify


New Delhi/Srinagar: Hours after the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) pulled out of the three-year-old ruling coalition with the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) in Jammu and Kashmir and called for Governor’s rule, Director General of Police SP Vaid said on Tuesday that operations against terrorists in the state will be intensified in the coming days. “I am sure things should work very effectively and it will have an impact on the security situation in the Valley,” he said. Vaid added that counter-terrorism operations were stopped only during the just-ended period of Ramzan.

Operations against terrorists will be intensified, says J&K DGP

“They were going on earlier also, but we will intensify these operations in the days to come. And it would be, I think, much easier to work,” the J&K police chief said when asked if Governor’s rule would make a difference. He said terror activities increased during the period the security forces suspended the operations. “But we will go all out and intensify operations against the terrorists now,” Vaid said.

Leave A Reply