Srinagar: The security forces are “well geared” to fight militants in Jammu and Kashmir and would continue to work for peace and harmony in the state, a senior Army officer said on Sunday.
Lt Gen A K Bhatt, commander of Srinagar-based Chinar Corps, said this after a high-level meeting of all security agencies in Awantipora in south Kashmir’s Pulwama district.
The meeting was called to review intelligence gathering and operational preparedness.
“Entire Chinar Corps, which includes not just the Army but all security forces, is well geared to fight against the terrorists and would continue working towards bringing peace and harmony in the region,” Lt Gen Bhatt said.
Another Army official said officials from the security agencies interacted with an array of functional-level officers and reviewed the security situation in south Kashmir.