Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti called on Governor N N Vohra here today and discussed with him the situation in the state, particularly counter-terrorism operations and stone-pelting incidents, including one in which a tourist from Chennai was killed.
"During the course of their hour-and-half long meeting, the governor and chief minister discussed various important matters relating to counter-terrorist operations; continuing incidents of stone pelting; the death of a tourist and other concerns," an official spokesman said after the meeting.
He said Mehbooba and Vohra also discussed the growing radicalization.
A 22-year-old tourist from Chennai, R Thirumani, died after being hit in a stone pelting incident at Narbal yesterday, triggering widespread outrage and concern.
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