JK News Today
Jammu, November 8
Jammu and Kashmir Governor N N Vohra today listed effective border management and the strict enforcement of the counter-infiltration and counter-terrorism grids to overcome the hurdles in restoring meaningful peace in the state battered by terrorism and cross-border firing .
These necessities for the restoration of peace and confidence among the people in the security grids came up when the Northern Command Army chief Lt. Gen. D S Hooda called on him on Tuesday . The situation has become grim on the security situation in the state following Indian army’s surgical strikes in Pakistan occupied Kashmir on September 29th in which heavy losses were inflicted on the terrorist infrastructure on the other side of the Line of Control.
Earlier, Vohra had held meetings on security situation with the corps commanders of 14, 15 and 16 corps, the army corps responsible for the security on borders and internal security in Jammu and Kashmir . Besides, he has got the inputs from Director General of Police K Rajendra .
According to the informed sources, Vohra has time and again stressed on nipping in bud the evil of terrorism and high-quality vigil on borders. He has also asked the security forces to go in for anti-terrorism operations .
An official spokesman said , “ Besides reviewing the obtaining security situation the Governor and Lt. Gen. Hooda discussed various matters related to effective border management and strict enforcement of the counter infiltration and counter terrorism grids.
They also discussed issues pertaining to the safety and security of the residents of villages located along the IB and LoC,” the official spokesman said.