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Feb 16, 2019
9:19PM

Rajnath Singh reviews security situation in the country

PTI
Home Minister Rajnath Singh today reviewed the security situation in the country, particularly in Jammu and Kashmir.

PTI quoting a Home Ministry official reports that the meeting took stock of the security measures in place to foil any design of the Pak-based terrorist groups to disturb peace in Jammu and Kashmir as well as in the hinterland.
 
The Home Minister directed the officials to ensure that all possible steps are taken to hunt down terrorists currently operating in Kashmir valley.
   
The meeting was attended by National Security Advisor Ajit Doval, the Union Home Secretary and the Director of Intelligence Bureau.

Top security officials briefed the home minister about the prevailing situation in the country, including along the Indo-Pak border.
 

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