Humhama attack fallout: security arrangements reviewed at Srinagar airport

BK News Desk/Srinagar
October 14, 2017 TOP STORIES 134 Views

Inspector General of Police Security, J&K, Alok Kumar Friday reviewed the security arrangements put in place at Srinagar International Airport.
The security review of the only airport in Kashmir valley comes after militants carried out a Fidayeen attacked on a Border Security Force (BSF) camp near the airport on October 3. A BSF trooper was killed while three others were injured in the attack. All the three militants, who attacked the camp, were also killed in an encounter.
A police spokesperson here this evening said a security review meeting followed by Darbar was held at Srinagar International Airport, which was presided by Kumar.
He said the meeting was attended by representatives of several security agencies, besides the Director Srinagar Airport and different operating Airlines.
He said the airport security arrangements were discussed in details during the meeting. “All the stakeholders were impressed upon by the IGP Security to remain extra vigilant in their areas of responsibility and to implement the guidelines/rules of Bureau of Civil Aviation Security (BCAS), so that foolproof security arrangements are in place,” he added.
“After conclusion of the meeting, a darbar with officers and officials of Security Unit, Anti-Hijacking, Srinagar, was held wherein some officials projected their grievances before the IGP Security who in turn assured redressal of these under rules,” he said.
While addressing the darbar, the IGP Security enjoined upon all to perform their duties with utmost dedication and devotion, keeping in view the present security scenario and to be firm but polite while on duty.

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