Amit Shah took stock of the security situation
Earlier, Union Home Minister Amit Shah, who arrived in Srinagar on the first three-day visit to Jammu and Kashmir, took stock of the security situation. Shah reviewed the security situation in the Kashmir Valley and the steps taken to combat terrorism in the wake of increased attacks on civilians, especially non-local workers and minorities. He asked to take effective action by adopting the policy of zero tolerance towards terrorism so that the environment of security and trust is maintained among the public.
High level meeting lasted for five hours
In the high-level meeting at Raj Bhavan, which lasted for nearly five hours, the Home Minister was briefed about the steps taken to wipe out terrorism from Jammu and Kashmir and the measures taken by the forces to check infiltration. The preparations made by various security agencies to stop terrorism were explained.
Special arrangements should be made for the security of migrants and minorities
In the meeting, the Home Minister also asked to make special arrangements for the safety of migrants and minorities. To eliminate the feeling of insecurity in such people and instill confidence in them. In this meeting, Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha, Principal Secretary, Home Department Shaleen Kabra, Director General of Police Dilbag Singh, 15th Corps GOC Lt Gen DP Pandey, besides senior officers of CRPF, BSF, Intelligence Bureau, NIA and other agencies were present in this meeting. .