Srinagar,13 April (CNI):Union Home Minister,Amit Shah chaired a high-level meeting in New Delhi to review the security arrangements for the G20 meeting in Jammu and Kashmir, security arrangements for the Amarnath Yatra, as well as development works and overall security situation in Jammu and Kashmir.
In the meeting, the security officials gave detailed information about the current situation of law and order in Jammu and Kashmir to the Union Home Ministry, Amit Shah , apart from the situation in the areas along the Line of Control and the international border, attempts of cross-border infiltration and efforts to target members of minority communities were also discussed.
According to News agency-Current News of India (CNI) , Union Home Minister Amit Shah chaired a high-level security meeting in New Delhi on Thursday in which the security situation in Jammu and Kashmir was reviewed.
The meeting was attended by National Security Advisor Ajit Doval, Jammu and Kashmir Lt. Governor Manoj Sinha, Home Secretary Ajay Bhalla, Jammu and Kashmir Police Chief Dilbagh Singh along with senior officials of the Ministry of Home Affairs and other senior officers of the Central Armed Police Forces.
During the meeting, a brief detailed information about the current situation of law and order in Jammu and Kashmir was given to Union Minister Amit Shah by the security officials of the central government and the officers of Jammu and Kashmir administration.
Apart from this, the situation in areas along the Line of Control and International Border, cross-border infiltration attempts and attempts to target members of minority communities were also discussed.
Meanwhile, it is learned that Amit Shah praised the efforts of the security agencies and the administration of Centre-administered Jammu and Kashmir for keeping the streets free of violence and significantly restoring the rule of law.
The Union Minister also reviewed the functioning of the security grid and directed that the security grid should be further strengthened so that there is no fear of militants and urged the security forces and the police to continue their concerted efforts through highly complex and well-planned anti-terrorist operations to wipe out the militants.
Kashmir is all set to host the G20 meeting from May 22-25 and the union territory administration is busy making foolproof security arrangements for the high-profile event with special forces and anti-drone technology being brought in from New Delhi. (CNI)