Srinagar: General officer Commanding Chinar Corps Lt General A K Bhatt on Friday chaired a security review meeting of various agencies including police at Pohrupet in north Kashmir.
The meeting was attended by top Army and police officers including IGP Kashmir S P Pani, apart from the field commanders from both the forces, a defence spokesperson said here.
“The aim of this review of security situation was to strengthen the synergy among all agencies engaged in counter terror operations, which has resulted in elimination of a large number of terrorists with minimum collateral damage in recent times,” the spokesperson said.
He said that north Kashmir, once the hub of foreign militants, has been turned around with a relatively stable security environment due to the joint efforts of the security forces and seamless cooperation and coordination among them.
“The Chinar Corps commander along with IGP Kashmir undertook an aerial survey of the area prior to the meeting,” the spokesperson said.
The senior officers asked the officers on the ground to continue to harmonise their endeavours to make north Kashmir militancy-free.
“They also emphasised on continued efforts to minimise collateral damage during operations and positive engagement with the youth to ensure peace and tranquility in the region,” the spokesperson said.
A peaceful security environment would facilitate development, disruption free educational calendar, boost to tourism sector and give impetus to creating employment opportunities, he added.