Omar Abdullah reviews security situation
Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Wednesday reviewed the security in the Valley in the wake of a suicide attack by militants in the city that left five CRPF jawans and two ultras dead.
The Chief Minister, who rushed here from winter capital Jammu, chaired a meeting of top officials of police, army, CRPF and intelligence agencies, official sources said.
They said Omar was briefed about the attack and the steps taken to prevent recurrence of such incidents.
The Chief Minister was also informed about the steps taken to maintain law and order following the death of a youth in CRPF firing in the city, the sources said.
Omar directed the police and para-military forces to exercise maximum restraint while dealing with law and order.
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