On June 4, Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satya Pal Malik had chaired the unified headquarters meeting in Srinagar to review the overall security situation in the State.
The meeting was attended by the top brass of the army, police, paramilitary, state and central intelligence agencies.
Governor had expressed satisfaction over security management in the past year, despite continuing challenges on many fronts.
He had stressed the need for close and effective coordination among all the security forces and intelligence agencies to maintain peace and order in the state.
The 46-day-long Amarnath Yatra would conclude on August 15.
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