SRINAGAR Muneer Ahmad Khan, ADGP, Home Guards, Security, and Law and Order, Alok Kumar, IGP Security and Zulfiquar Hassan, Inspector General (Operations) CRPF, met Governor Satya Pal Malik at the Raj Bhavan here on Friday.
Khan briefed him about several important matters relating to Security and Law and Order management in the State, an official spokesperson said.
He also briefed Governor about the deployment and role being played by the Police in conduct of annual Shri Amarnathji Yatra.
Governor emphasisied the importance of a secure environment being maintained in the State and stressed that all Security Forces must act with complete synergy to achieve effective security on the ground.
Hassan presented him a copy of Amarnath Yatra-A Pictorial Journey- which is a Coffee Table book brought out by the CRPF, having scenic photographs illustrating whole yatra route and conduct of Shri Amarnthaji Yatra, the spokesperson said .
Complimenting the Officer for bringing out a very interesting book on Yatra, Governor appreciated the CRPF personnel for maintenance of law and order and for their role in the smooth conduct of annual the Hindu pilgrimage.
Alok Kumar, the IGP Security briefed Malik about the security management in the state.
Governor stressed the importance of close surveillance being maintained on all fronts. He emphasized the vital importance of regularly reviewing and effectively ensuring the security of all protected premises and vital installations and to constantly review and identify any gaps in the security arrangements, the spokesperson added.
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