Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed today reviewed the security situation in the state with senior civil and police officials, who briefed him about the measures taken to check cross-border infiltration along Indo-Pak border.
Chairing a high-level meeting of senior civil and police officers, Mufti reviewed measures being put in place by security agencies for strict vigil on the borders and in other areas in the State, an official spokesman said.
The Chief Minister got the firsthand appraisal from the security agencies, particularly police on security as well as law-and-order situation.
On the security and law-and-order fronts, Sayeed was briefed about the steps taken post-Raj Bagh attack in Kathua and to fortify the security grid in the light of threat of infiltration from across the international border and Line of Control.
On the issue of prevention of crime, Sayeed said effective steps have to be taken to check drug trafficking which is playing havoc in the life our youth, the spokesperson said.
He also laid emphasis on motivating youngsters towards taking up sports activities in a big way.