Core Group Meets In Srinagar To Review The Security Situation

SRINAGAR 

The top brass of civil administration, intelligence agencies and security forces met in Srinagar to discuss the prevailing security situation in Jammu and Kashmir. The meeting as per the sources was called to review the security situation in the Union Territory and to ensure readiness to meet the anticipated security challenges.

As per the reports, the meeting of the core group was co-chaired by the General Officer Commanding (GOC), Chinar Corps, Lt Gen B.S. Raju, and Director General Police, Jammu and Kashmir, Dilbag Singh.

According to an army statement, the core group focused on the need for high-level synergy among all the agencies in addressing the security concerns in Kashmir.

“Intelligence inputs indicate that Pakistan had intensified its efforts at increasing infiltration and ceasefire violations across the Line of Control. There is also an effort to calibrate the increase in terrorist actions in the hinterland. Pakistan and its proxies are also active on social media to launch a disinformation campaign in J&K,” the statement said.

The core group as per the reports discussed the plans to ensure a robust counter infiltration grid along the Line of Control and counter insurgency grid in the hinterland. It also discussed the recent successes in anti-terror operations.

“Intelligence inputs indicate efforts by anti-nationals and Pakistan proxies to calibrate the increase in violence in Jammu and Kashmir. Recent successes, including killing of terror outfit leaders and prevention of large scale IED attacks, have blunted such efforts,” the statement said.

“The support of the Kashmiri people has been critical in the success of the security forces,” it added.

“The core group discussed the need for continued intelligence based anti-terror operations with a humane touch. In order to address the complete eco-system of terror organisations in Jammu and Kashmir, the anti-terror operations are being supported by efforts to identify and arrest over ground workers who sustain the terror organisations,” the statement said.

 

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