Jammu and Kashmir Governor N N Vohra on Wednesday asked all security forces commanders and the government to enhance surveillance and immediately review the security of all important installations. The Governor raised the concern after being briefed about the attacks by Pakistani terrorists at Ramgarh and Nagrota on Tuesday.
The octogenarian disapproved of Pakistan’s continued attempts to exacerbate the situation when India was seeking to restore peace and normalcy, reports IANS.
He spoke with Northern Army Commander Lt Gen D S Hooda, DGP J&K K Rajendra, GOC XVI Corps Lt Gen A K Sharma, GOC 26 Div Maj Gen S Sharma and IG BSF (Jammu Frontier) D K Upadhyaya.
Vohra also asked Chief Secretary to direct districts and divisional civil and police administration to immediately review the security of all important installations and establishments in the state.
He conveyed to GOC XVI Corps and IG BSF his grief and sincere sympathy and requested that the same be conveyed to the next of the kin of the soldiers who lost their lives in the encounters with the terrorists and hoped that the injured Army and BSF personnel would recover very early.
Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti, who also condemned the terror attack on an army formation at Nagrota, said in a statement, that Jammu and Kashmir has suffered heavily due to the unending cycle of violence and appealed for an end to it.
She has expressed sympathies with the families of slain soldiers and prayed for speedy recovery of the injured.