Governor briefed about security situation in Kashmir

Governor briefed about security situation in Kashmir
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Srinagar, May 7: Jammu and Kashmir Governor N N Vohra was on Monday briefed by several senior police, CRPF and Intelligence Agencies officers about the security situation in the valley.
“The Governor’s Secretariat reopened on Monday at the Raj Bhavan in the summer capital, Srinagar after functioning in the winter capital, Jammu, for six months as part of the pre-Independence practice known as ‘Darbar Move’,” a Raj Bhavan spokesperson said.
He said after opening of the Secretariat, Vohra met several senior Police, Central Police and Intelligence Agencies officers, who briefed him about the law and order situation in the Valley.
He said that the Governor is holding discussions with Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti to review security related and other important matters.
Meanwhile, he said earlier in the day Vohra went around the various wings of the Raj Bhavan and met the officers and staff of the Governor’s Secretariat.
He advised all the functionaries to ensure cleanliness, efficiency, promptitude and proper maintenance of the official records. He also directed time bound digitization of all important records and de-weeding of irrelevant papers.
The Governor also went around the Raj Bhavan estate and directed assured readiness of the fire fighting system and proper upkeep of the gardens.