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Unified Headquarters discusses security situation in J&K, frames policies to deal with various issues

Last Updated on December 22, 2021 at 1:20 pm

In a recent meeting by Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha, Unified Headquarters took a security situation analyses in Jammu and Kashmir especially after the sudden recent killing of Jammu and Kashmir Police (JKP) personnel. Also the security situation was reviewed after the spike in civilian killings.

Top brass of the security agencies in J&K attended the meeting to access the overall security situation prevailing in J&K. The meeting took place for four hours and was held at the Jammu Convention Centre. The meeting was attended by top Army Commanders and officers of civil and police administration, security and Intelligence agencies.

As per reports, discussions related to security which included anti-terror operations, infiltration status and killings of civilians.

Sinha in the meeting said that every possible attempt should be made to end the terrorism and control the infiltration attempts. A joint mechanism will be made so that Intelligence agencies are able to foil the targeted attacks on police vehicles etc besides the moving security personnel are equipped well to counter the attack. If the terrorists manage to escape they shall be neutralized as soon as possible.

LG also said that there some people who does not want to see the development in J&K, thus they disrupt peace and they won’t be allowed to do that.

Also discussions regarding drones were held and there needs to maintain strict vigilance on drones as they could drop weaponry and narcotics.

Various reports were shared about infiltration and infiltration attempts by the terrorists along the LoC in the Kashmir valley as well as twin border districts of Rajouri and Poonch. It was shared that some terrorists have also reportedly managed to infiltrate and it was directed that they should be killed immediately before they could strike at their targets.

The UHQ is the apex decision-making body on security affairs in the Union Territory which consists of representatives from the army, paramilitary forces, police and intelligence agencies.