Security situation in three states reviewed

DINJAN, Mar 27: The overall security situation in Upper Assam, South Arunachal Pradesh and Nagaland were reviewed during a high-level review meeting of senior army officials with representatives from the civil administrations and the central armed police forces of Assam, Nagaland and Arunachal Pradesh here in Assam on Wednesday.
The participants also discussed the ongoing preparations to ensure incident-free conduct of the upcoming parliament elections.
“During the meeting, officials from all the states analyzed the possible security sensitivities and measures to enhance synergy between the security forces operating in the region,” informed the Kohima (Nagaland)-based defence PRO.
The meeting, organized by the Operations Group, was attended by Spear Corps Commander Lt Gen Rajeev Sirohi, the home affairs ministry’s NE Joint Secretary Satyendra Garg, Dao Division GOC Maj Gen Rajendra Sachdev, Assam ADGP (Security) Harmeet Singh, and Arunachal Pradesh IGP (Law & Order) Sagar Preet Hooda, informed the PRO.
The proposal to form the Operations Group took shape on 12 November, 2018, during a high-level meeting here, chaired by the home affairs ministry’s Special Secretary (Internal Security) Reena Mitra. Since then, the Operations Group has held four meetings in Dinjan.