Samba Jan 19: Ahead of Republic Day-2024, Senior Superintendent of Police Samba Benam Tosh today chaired security review –cum- SMAC meeting with all security agencies at District Police Headquarters Samba. The meeting was attended by the officers of Army, BSF, CRPF, CISF, ITBP, GRP, Traffic, HG/CD, SOG, MI, CID-CI, DSB, CID-SB, Addl. SP Samba, all SDPOs, all SHOs, all I/C PPs, all I/C BPPs & other sister agencies.
A detailed discussion on various security challenges in the district was held in the meeting and a comprehensive strategy was chalked out to effectively respond the critical situations.
Welcoming all the participants, SSP Samba requested them to share inputs, past experiences, suggestions and requirements, if any, relating to the conduct of the Republic Day functions to be held at all venues in district Samba and 22nd January event. SSP also explained to the participants the directions received from the higher ups for securing fool proof security.
SSP Samba advised all the officers present at the meeting to ensure alertness, work in tandem and to share the intelligence inputs in highly sensitive manner to foil the nefarious designs of Anti-National elements and their mentors across the International Border. SSP Samba stressed the need for round the clock alertness of NHW Nakas, strengthening of Border Nakas, surprise laying of joint Nakas and deployment of QRTs at strategic locations especially during night hours.
SSP Samba advised to intensify patrolling/surveillance on all the probable infiltration routes and adequate deployment on all the suspected drone dropping points on 24x7 basis besides laying of random night nakas/ambushes at identified vulnerable locations.
SSP Samba further directed all the SHOs and Supervisory Officers to conduct the verification of all hotels, restaurants, other lodgements, immigrating, emigrating persons, tenants and outsider labourers working near IB on priority. At the conclusion, SSP Samba asked the officers to remain extra vigilant in view of 22nd January event and 26th of January and maintain a close synergy to cope with the impending security challenges.