ALSO READSrinagar: Defying shutdown call, youngsters come forth to enroll in Indian Army Srinagar: Army Chief takes stock post poll violence, emergence of viral videos JK: Terrorists attack Army camp in Kupwara Army Chief visits Kashmir, assures well-being of people Srinagar youth killed: By-poll victory doesn't matter, says Omar Abdullah
Chief of Indian Army, General Bipin Rawat on Friday called on Jammu and Kashmir Governor N.
N. Vohra in Srinagar and both discussed steps to effectively tackle militant activities among other issues.
A defence ministry spokesman said in Srinagar, "General Rawat informed the Governor about the operational review which the army chief conducted here earlier this evening."
"Governor and the Army Chief discussed several important inter-related internal and external security management issues and the steps required to be taken for more effectively dealing with militant activities.
"Governor also discussed with the Army Chief issues relating to providing increased opportunities and avenues for assuring a satisfying future for the youth of the state."
The Governor met the three Army Commanders and several senior lieutenant generals holding key positions who had participated in the review meeting taken by the Chief, the spokesperson said.
(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)