New Delhi: Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Wednesday chaired a high-degree meeting here to speak about internal security, border control and an early morning air strike by way of the Pakistan Air Force (PAF) on Indian navy installations, a day after the Indian Air Force (IAF) bombed terror outfit Jaish-e-Mohammed’s (Jem) biggest training camp at Balakot in Pakistan.
The troubles discussed in the assembly covered the present day scenario in Jammu and Kashmir, intelligence inputs after Tuesday’s air strike and the further strategies to be taken, said sources.
Singh additionally reviewed border safety within the meeting attended by means of National Security Advisor (NSA) Ajit Doval, Home Secretary Rajiv Gauba, Intelligence Bureau leader Rajiv Jain, Research and Analysis Wing (R&AW) chief Anil Kumar Dhasmana and Director Generals (DGs)of paramilitary forces.
The Home Minister mentioned the extent of threat scaled up on all borders and directed to difficulty high alert at the Western border with Pakistan, stated resources.
Singh requested the DGs of the Border Security Force to keep their employees on excessive alert mode and share every single pastime occurring in the place underneath their manipulate.
He also took stock of Pakistan’s early morning air moves at military installations on the Indian facet, wherein the IAF misplaced considered one of its MiG 21 fighter jets even as one IAF pilot, identified as Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman, became captured via Pakistan. (IANS)