A joint security conference between security forces & civil administration officers was held on Saturday with an aim to increase synergy, interaction and coordination between the civil and security agencies for the success of the upcoming Amarnath Yatra.

The 62-day-long yatra to the 3,880 metre high Holy Cave shrine of Shri Amarnathji is scheduled to start on 1 July from two routes — the traditional 48-km Nunwan route in South Kashmir’s Pahalgam and the 14-km Baltal route in Central Kashmir’s Ganderbal.

Detailed briefing & discussions provided an opportunity for deliberations on important issues of mutual interest impacting the security of the Yatra, a statement issued to the news agency—Kashmir News Observer (KNO) reads.

All officials stressed the need for harmonious functioning of the government agencies to make the event successful, the statement said.

In view of the prevailing internal security situation, an overview of the security was also undertaken to ensure complete synergy between all security agencies and the civil administration for a coordinated effort towards the achievement of the laid down goals for a smooth & incident free Yatra—(KNO)


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