Home Minister Amit Shah reviews the situation in Jammu and Kashmir. India News – Times of India

New Delhi: Union Home Minister Amit Shah Reviewed the current situation on Thursday Jammu And KashmirOfficials said that this also includes security arrangements along the border with Pakistan.
National Security Advisor (NSA) Ajit Doval, Lieutenant Governor of Jammu and Kashmir Haath SinhaUnion Home Secretary Ajay Bhalla and senior officials of central and union territory administrations attended the meeting chaired by Shah.
An official said the security situation in Jammu and Kashmir was discussed in the meeting.
The security review comes after attacks on security personnel, infiltration attempts and killings in the Union Territory.
Security personnel killed three infiltrators Line of control (LoC) in Kamalkot sector of Uri on Thursday.
There have been at least three infiltration attempts by terrorists from across the border in Jammu and Kashmir in the last four days.
A group of terrorists tried to infiltrate into Indian territory on Tuesday night in Pallanwala sector of Jammu and Kashmir. Alert soldiers fired at them, forcing them to retreat.
Officials said that on August 21, troops stationed in Jhangar sector of Nowshera in Rajouri witnessed the movement of two to three terrorists on the Indian side of the Line of Control and challenged them.
One of the terrorists tried to escape, but was injured in the firing of the soldiers and was captured alive. Officials said two other terrorists managed to escape.
A group of two-three terrorists tried to infiltrate in the Lam sector of Nowshera on the intervening night of 22 and 23 August. As they advanced into the mines, a chain of minesweepers got activated and two militants were killed on the spot.
On August 11, an army camp in Rajouri district was attacked by terrorists, in which four soldiers were killed. Two attackers were gunned down in the crossfire after a pre-emptive suicide attack that marked the return of “fidayeen” attackers in Jammu and Kashmir after more than three years.
The government had informed Parliament that since the abrogation of Article 370 of the Constitution in 2019, 118 civilians, including five Kashmiri Pandits and 16 other Hindus and Sikhs, were killed in Jammu and Kashmir till last month.
The killings of Kashmiri Pandits triggered protests by members of the community, who demanded increased security and shifting of government employees to safer places.
In May, four Hindu pilgrims were killed and at least 20 injured when their bus caught fire near Katra in Jammu. Police suspect that a sticky bomb may have been used to set the fire.
Article 370 that gave special status to Jammu and Kashmir was repealed on August 5, 2019 and the state was bifurcated into the union territories of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh.