Commander of Army's Northern Command discusses security management with Lieutenant Governor GC Murmu
Srinagar. The Commander of the Army's Northern Command met J&K Deputy Governor GC Murmu on Wednesday and discussed the security management of the Union Territory. An official spokesman gave this information. The spokesman said that Northern Command General Officer Commanding-in-Chief Lt Gen YK Joshi met the Lt. Governor at Raj Bhavan here. He said that the Deputy Governor and Le. people. Joshi discussed the current security scenario in Jammu and Kashmir and various important issues related to security management overall.
The spokesman said that the northern military commander informed Murmu about the security situation in the advance and interior areas of Jammu and Kashmir and the successful counter-terrorism operations by the army. He said that the Lieutenant Governor underlined the importance of maintaining close and effective coordination between the Army and other security agencies working against counter-terrorism activities, as well as effectively maintaining the atmosphere of peace and harmony in Jammu and Kashmir. The need for also stressed.
The spokesman said that Murmu appreciated the role being played by the army in ensuring a safe environment for the people of Jammu and Kashmir and also the efforts being made by the army to stop the spread of Kovid-19 epidemic in the Union Territory. Also appreciated. The spokesman said that 15th Corps General Officer Commanding (GOC) Lieutenant General BS Raju was also present on the occasion.