Amit Shah at Jammu and Kashmir security review meeting

The one-year ceasefire between India and Pakistan was also discussed.

new Delhi: Tighten security along the Line of Control to ensure zero infiltration from across the border, Home Minister Amit Shah insisted at a high-level security review meeting in Delhi on Friday.

“Drones, tunnels, easy target kills and investments and attempts to disrupt normalcy were discussed in the meeting,” a senior MHA official told NDTV.

The meeting was attended by Lt Governor of Jammu and Kashmir Manoj Sinha, National Security Advisor Ajit Doval, Army Chief MM Manoj Mukund Naravane, Director of Intelligence Bureau Arvind Kumar, senior officials of the Ministry of Home Affairs and Union Territories and Director General of Border Security Force Pankaj Singh.

“It was a regular review about the law and order situation in Jammu and Kashmir. It was also discussed how to proceed,” LG Manoj Sinha told NDTV.

The one-year ceasefire between India and Pakistan was also discussed. Both India and Pakistan announced a ceasefire on February 25 last year.

“It has been almost a year now, but there are constant attempts to destabilize the area, so each agency has its own assessment,” said another official.

Security forces in Kashmir say they have been successful in killing 25 terrorists in January alone.

An official involved in these operations said, “Eight foreign terrorists and 17 local terrorists were killed during various operations.”

However, agencies are trying to ascertain whether these terrorists were fresh infiltration or were active in the Valley for a long time.


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