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Saturday, 24 January 2015 09:42

Vohra: Peace, order paramount in the StateJehlum Post News/Jammu/Jan 20, 2015/The Governor Mr. N. N. altVohra, stressed the need for close and effective coordination among all the Security Forces and Intelligence Agencies to maintain peace and order in the State. He said that peace is imperative for growth and development and all agencies involved in maintaining the rule of law have to play an important role.The Governor was chairing

a meeting of the Unified Headquarters at Civil Secretariat, Tuesday. The meeting was attended by GOC-in-C, Northern Command, Chief Secretary, and Director General of Police J&K, Home Secretary, Corps Commanders, Inspector General of BSF and CRPF, and senior Officers of the Central Intelligence Agencies, among others. The meeting deliberated on various important issues relating to the internal and external security situation in the State. Officers representing the different agencies briefed the meeting about the measures taken on different fronts to safeguard the frontiers and maintain internal order.Addressing the meeting, Mr. Vohra expressed his satisfaction in regard to security management in the past year, despite continuing challenges on many fronts. He complimented the Security Forces and Intelligence Agencies for achieving a very high level of convergence on the anti-militancy front and observed that joint efforts of the agencies had resulted in neutralizing the inimical elements and enabled a high voter turnout in the recent concluded Assembly elections which were altogether free, fair and transparently conducted.
          The meeting reviewed security situation in all the border areas, along IB, LoC and LaC and analysed issues relating to cross border movements and infiltration attempts across the IB and LoC. In this context, the Governor called upon the Civil and Police Administration and the Security Forces to ensure continued close coordination and ensure timely measures for  the security of civil population in the frontier belts.While reviewing the conduct of anti-militancy operations, Mr. Vohra stressed the vital importance of ensuring against co-lateral damage to the civil population and emphasised the use of increased application of technology to further improve the capability of security agencies. The Governor suggested that meetings of the Unified Headquarters should be held at least on quarterly basis and issues of a complex nature may be deliberated upon by establishing one or more sub-groups from among the membership of the Unified Headquarters.Mr. Vohra appreciated the collective efforts of the civil administration and the various Security Forces for rescue and relief operations during the recent floods in the State. “It was due to their joint and dedicated efforts that loss of human lives was minimised, despite the devastating floods,” he said.

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