Srinagar: Senior security officials on Friday directed all the officers to maintain the highest-level of alertness and ensure proper access control at transit and base camps for the upcoming Shri Amarnath ji Yatra, police said.
A police spokesman said a joint security review meeting was held in Kashmir in which threadbare discussions were made regarding overall security arrangements to be adopted for Yatra.
The meeting was held at 3 Sector Manasbal in Ganderbal district which was attended by Deputy Inspector General of Police, Central Kashmir Sujit Kumar, Commander 3 Sector Brigadier Atul Rajput, DIG CRPF North Randeep Kr. Rana, senior police, Army and CRPF officials.
“During the meeting, a detailed security review of all locations enroute including transit camps, base camps at Baltal and Domail were taken,” the spokesman said.
Senior officers also reviewed traffic management for smooth passage of Yatra convoys and availability of parking places. Disaster management plan was also reviewed.
SSP Ganderbal briefed in detail about security arrangements to be put in place on yatra route, transit camps and base camps for smooth upcoming yatra 2022 and he also highlighted various challenges and issues of concern.
Senior officers directed all the officers to maintain highest level of alertness and ensure proper access control at transit and base camps. They also insisted on laying joint check posts for checking/frisking of all vehicles on Yatra route to curb the evil designs of anti national elements