New Delhi: In a high-level review meeting on Tuesday, Union Home Minister and Minister of Cooperation, Amit Shah, delved into the security situation of the Union Territory of Jammu & Kashmir, particularly in the aftermath of a recent terror attack.
During the comprehensive discussion, Amit Shah meticulously reviewed the area domination plan formulated by security agencies in Jammu and Kashmir, with the primary objective of eliminating the persistent threat of terrorism. Emphasizing the need for a robust counter-terrorism strategy, the Home Minister directed efforts towards the complete eradication of the terror eco-system. He underscored the importance of appropriate deployment in vulnerable areas, reiterating the government’s unwavering commitment to a zero-tolerance approach against terrorism under the leadership of Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi.
Amit Shah stressed the necessity of adhering to due procedures in counter-terrorism operations, highlighting the crucial role of strengthening the local intelligence network. He acknowledged and appreciated the concerted efforts of security agencies and the administration of the Union Territory, commending the noticeable decline in terror-related incidents, infiltration, and the overall improvement in the law-and-order situation.
The Home Minister’s focus on reinforcing the counter-terrorism operations and the local intelligence network signals a proactive stance in addressing security challenges in the region.
The meeting, chaired by Amit Shah, saw the participation of key officials, including National Security Advisor Ajit Doval, Lieutenant Governor of Jammu & Kashmir Manoj Sinha, Union Home Secretary, Chief of Army Staff, Director (IB), Heads of CAPFs, Chief Secretary & DGP, UT of Jammu and Kashmir. The session, conducted in New Delhi, focused on evaluating and fortifying the security apparatus in the region.