"There has been no change in the attitude of Pakistan.
They are infiltrating terrorists from the border. It is borne
by the facts on the ground," Pillai told reporters soon after
the high-level meeting to review the border situation and
counter infiltration measures in Jammu and Kashmir.
"Infiltration continues and that is something, which we
have always said. There has been increase in it," said the
union Home Secretary, who arrived in Jammu on a two-day visit
to review security scenario of Jammu and Kashmir.
He further said that terror infrastructure has not been
dismantled in that country and militants are staged to
infiltrate to this side.
To a question about security situation of Jammu and
Kashmir, he said that security situation has further improved
and level of violence is down.
Pillai held high level border security meeting with
the officers of security agencies and civil administration in
civil secretariat later this afternoon to review the security
scenario in Jammu and Kashmir, including the infiltration bids
by militants along Line of Control (LoC) and International
He also held a meeting at Police Headquarters about
modernisation and raising up of more battalions of police
The union Home Secretary would be visiting border area in
Suchetgarh and Abdullian Border out posts (BOPS) in RS Pura
sector tomorrow, official sources said.
Jammu: Blaming Pakistan for not changing its
attitude on cross-border infiltration, union Home Secretary
G K Pillai on Friday said that the neighbouring country continues
to push-in terrorists from border into Jammu and Kashmir.
First Published: Friday, December 11, 2009, 21:59