Amid Spate Of Terror Attacks, PM Modi Reviews Security Situation in J&K, Speaks To Key Officials

PM Modi reviewed the situation in Jammu and Kashmir amid a spate of terror attacks. PM Modi asked officials to deploy the full spectrum of our counter-terror capabilities.
PM Modi Reviews Security Situation in J&K, Speaks To Key Officials

PM Modi Reviews Security Situation in J&K, Speaks To Key Officials (File image)

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New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday reviewed the situation in Jammua and Kashmir amid a spate of terror attacks in a week. Notably, four terror attacks were carried out by cross-border terrorists in the Union territory in the past five days. PM Modi directed the deployment of the full spectrum of India’s counter-terror capabilities.
The Prime Minister chaired a review meeting to take stock of the current situation in Jammu and Kashmir. National Security Advisor (NSA) Ajit Doval and other officials were also present at the meeting. The PM was given a full overview of the security-related situation in Jammu and Kashmir.
The PM was apprised of the counter-terror efforts being undertaken. PM Modi asked them to deploy the full spectrum of our counter-terror capabilities. The Prime Minister also spoke to Union Home Minister Amit Shah and discussed the deployment of security forces and counter-terror operations.
The PM also discussed the situation with Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha and took stock of the situation. PM Modi was briefed on the efforts being undertaken by the local administration.
On Wednesday, a fresh encounter broke out between security forces and terrorists in Jammu's Doda district. It was the fourth terror attack in the union territory since Sunday.
On Sunday, June 9, terrorists attacked a bus carrying pilgrims in the Ransu area of Reasi district in Jammu and Kashmir. At least 10 people were killed in the attack. The vehicle, transporting passengers from Katra to the Shiv Khori shrine, was targeted by terrorists, causing it to fall into a gorge. Reports indicate that terrorists opened fire, hitting the bus tyre and causing the fatal accident.
On Tuesday two encounters broke out in Dodada and Kathua districts. In the Doda encounter that broke out on Tuesday, five soldiers and a special police officer (SPO) were injured after terrorists attacked an Army post. Meanwhile, in Kathua, two terrorists were eliminated. However, one Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) soldier was killed in the Kathua gunfight.
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