Srinagar, June 07 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, the gravity of situation can be well assessed from the fact that about 15 high-level security meetings were held in the territory in just one month.

Since May 1, Indian Army Chief, General Bipin Rawat, visited Kashmir four times. The Navy chief and Air Force chief have also visited Jammu and Kashmir during this month.

On June 1, the army chief, who was on a two-day visit to Kashmir, met Governor NN Vohra to discuss situation in Kashmir. On the same day, Admiral Sunil Lamba, Chief of Naval Staff, visited 9 corps (Rising Star Corps) Jammu. On May 30, Air Marshal C Hari Kumar, who is also the Air Officer Commanding-In-Chief Western Air Command (WAC), visited the Air Force Station Jammu.

The meetings in the past month also point out how active Governor Vohra has become in his efforts to douse the fiery situation in the Valley particularly in the wake of student protests. He held a series of meetings with top officials of the security establishment and the civil administration.

On May 25, Governor Vohra had held a one-on-one meeting with the puppet Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti. A day before this meeting, Home Secretary Rajiv Mehrishi chaired a meeting attended by top officials. Before this, Governor Vohra met Inspector General of Police Muneer Khan on May 22 to ensure “close surveillance on all fronts”.

Earlier, Indian Defence Minister, Arun Jaitley, had held a ‘security review’ meeting on May 1.

Although, the Indian government has refused to admit that the situation in Kashmir is going from bad to worse but these 15 high-level meetings in the name of security review in just one month depict the real picture.


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