SRINAGAR: Ahead of the Shri Amarnath Yatra, Additional Director General of Police (ADGP), Jammu, Mukesh Singh on Thursday chaired a security review meeting and stressed for coordination among all the agencies involved for smooth and incident free pilgrimage.
Notably, this year Shri Amarnath Yatra is starting from July 1 and will conclude on August 31.
Top brass from various security and intelligence agencies participated in the meeting and deliberated upon various aspects of yatra management and emergency responses.
Addressing the participants, the ADGP stressed proper coordination to be maintained among all the intelligence agencies, Army, Paramilitary Forces, Traffic and Security wing in their respective districts and area of responsibility for smooth and incident free Yatra.
Singh had a detailed discussion and briefing with the officers of Central reserve Police Force, Police, intelligence agencies, in view of the present security scenario and possible threats to the Shri Amar Nath Yatra this year.
During the meeting, some of the issues were raised by DIG CRPF and Commandant concerned and they were assured that issues will be addressed by Civil Administration and District SSPs concerned and SSP PCR well before the deployment of manpower for the Yatra.
The ADG Jammu also advised the participants to ensure that proper coordination required to be maintained among all the intelligence agencies, Army, PMF, Traffic and Security wing in their respective districts/area of responsibility for smooth and incident free Yatra.
He also requested Divisional Commissioner, Jammu Ramesh Kumar to take immediate action on certain issues raised by CRPF Commandants so that no inconvenience is caused to troops being deployed for the purpose—(KNO)