Jammu: Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar
Abdullah today reviewed the overall security situation of the
state at a meeting of Unified Headquarters (UHQ) here,
official sources said.
The meeting discussed various aspects of the security
situation including infiltration on the borders, militancy in
the hinterland, security to the minorities and general law and
order prevailing in the state, they said.
It also discussed the impact on law and order situation
in the state in view of the proposed visit of US President
Barack Obama to India, they said.
The inputs from various intelligence agencies were shared
in the meeting and security and law enforcement agencies were
asked to remain vigilant.
Commending the role of security agencies in maintaining
law and order situation, the chief minister expressed hope
that they will continue to work in synergy to maintain
peaceful atmosphere in the state.
Chief Secretary S S Kapoor, Home Commissioner B R Sharma,
Principal Secretary of the chief minister B B Vyas, DGP
Kuldeep Khoda, Security Advisor of 16 and 9 Corps, Special DG
(BSF) were among those who attended the meeting.