Inaugurates facilities for the hospital

Also visits Ramban,Chairs security review meeting

Advises doctors to work with more dedication in providing best possible health care services to policemen & their families

Srinagar, October 27:

The Director General of Police, J&K, Shri Dilbag Singh accompanied by Chairperson Police Wives Welfare Association (PWWA) Dr. Rubinder Kaur today visited Police Hospital Jammu where he inaugurated various more facilities for the hospital.

IGP Jammu Zone Shri Anand Jain, IGP Armed Jammu Shri M N Tiwari , DIsG Shri Shreedhar Patil, Ms Sarah Rizvi, Ms Nisha Nathyal, SSP PCR Jammu Ms Sargun Shukla, CO IR 18th Bn Shri Kulbir Singh, SSP Jammu Dr Vinod Kumar, CO 1st Women Bn. Ms Rashmi Wazir, CO IR 14th Bn Ms Anita Sharma, SSP Security Jammu Shri Shemsher Hussain, SSP Traffic Jammu, Doctors & Staff of Police Hospital Jammu & other jurisdictional Police officers were present on the occasion.

The DGP was received by IGP, Jammu Zone, Shri Shri Anand Jain and other senior officers and was presented guard of honour on his arrival. He then inaugurated Labour Room, Prostho Lab (Dental), FNAC section and fully Automated Biochemistry Analyzer of Pathology, additional facilities for the hospital.

The DGP complimented the Medical Superintendent Police Hospital Jammu Dr. Meenakshi Kotwal and her team for providing excellent Medicare facilities to the Police personnel and their families. He said that the Police Headquarter has been keen and concerned in making the Police hospitals as state-of-the-art healthcare where the members of the Police Pariwar have access to the specialist Medicare facilities. He said that the Police Hospital has achieved a good reputation in providing all the facilities to the patients. He advised the doctors to work with more dedication in providing best possible health care services to policemen and their families. He directed the doctors to put in best possible efforts in serving the members of the J&K Police Pariwar.

The Chairperson PWWA, Dr. Rubinder Kaur appreciated the efforts put in by the Medical Superintendent of Police Hospital Jammu in providing better health care facilities to the Police personnel. She hoped that they would continue to work with the same dedication to serve members of the Police Pariwar.

The Medical Superintendent of Police Hospital Jammu Dr. Meenakshi Kotwal thanked DGP J&K and other guests for gracing the occasion. She also briefed about the functioning and facilities available in the hospital through power point presentation. She assured that police hospitals would continue in providing better health services to police personnel and their families. She apprised about various initiatives taken by the hospital.

Earlier, the DGP J&K visited Delta Force Headquarters at Dharmund in Ramban district where he discussed present security scenario of DKR range & UR range with the Army & Police Officers.

On his arrival he was received by GOC, Delta Force, Maj Gen Upkar Chander, DIG DKR range Dr Sunil Gupta, DIG Udhampur Reasi Range Shri Mohammad Suleman Choudhary, Col GS Vikram, SP Ramban Ms. Mohita Sharma, SSP Udhampur Shri Joginder Singh and SSP Doda Shri Ab. Qayoom.

During the DGPs visit a threadbare discussion was held regarding the present security scenario and existing challenges. The officers also discussed highway security measures.

The DGP emphasized for enhancing synergy between the forces and for putting in joint efforts in eliminating the remaining terrorists in J&K. Counter measures for narco trade were also discussed.

The officers briefed the DGP regarding the measures taken by the counter terrorism grid in DKR range and UR range areas.


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