National Security Advisor (NSA) Ajit Doval on Tuesday held a review meeting in Jammu and Kashmir’s Srinagar with officials to review the security preparations. While the parliament on Tuesday also approved the resolution to scrap Article 370 and approved the bill to bifurcate the Jammu and Kashmir into two separate Union Territories.
Doval in the meeting asked the officials to ensure that common people should not face any problem and hardship. He also directed all the officials to ensure the supply of essential items, food and other things, do not get affected.
NSA Ajit Doval also held a meeting with Governor Satya Pal Malik at Raj Bhawan in Srinagar. Both Doval and Malik reportedly discussed the external and internal security prevailing in the valley. Both NSA and Governor focused and emphasized on the need of the security of the general public.
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Earlier on Monday, Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satya pal Malik held a meeting in a bid to review the ongoing situation and the security in the valley at Raj Bhavan on Monday evening.
The meeting called by Governor Satya Pal Malik was attended by K Vijay Kumar, KK Sharma, K Skandan, Farooq Khan-Advisors to Governor, Chief Secretary of Jammu BVR Subrahmanyam.
Officials who returned from Jammu apprised Governor about the situation of the part of the valley. They also informed Governor Satya Pal Malik about the adequacy of essential supplies and delivery of various public services to the people including electricity, water supply and health care services.
Earlier on Tuesday, the Lok Sabha approved the resolution to scrap Article 370 from the valley and also cleared the bill to bifurcate the Jammu and Kashmir into two Union territories – Jammu and Kashmir, and Ladakh. Jammu and Kashmir as a one Union Territory will have a legislature along with an L-G, while Ladakh without legislature.
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