Union Home Minister Amit Shah will review the security situation in Jammu and Kashmir on Thursday, sources said.
Shah will be given a detailed presentation on the prevailing law and order situation in J-K by security officials of the central government and the union territory administration.
The situation along the Line of Control and International Border, infiltration bids from across the border and attempts to target minority community members are expected to be discussed at the meeting in Delhi, sources said.
Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha, Union Home Secretary Ajay Kumar Bhalla, Jammu and Kashmir Director General of Police Dilbag Singh and other senior officials will attend the meeting.
Earlier a crucial meeting for the ongoing preparations for the G20 summit in Kashmir was held at the North Block.
Kashmir is all set to host the G20 meeting from May 22-25 and the administration is busy making foolproof security arrangements for the high-profile event with special forces and anti-drone technology being brought in from New Delhi, according to NDTV.
Delegates from almost all countries of G20, except China, are scheduled to attend the meeting on Working Group of Tourism in Srinagar on May 23, official sources said. The G20 delegates will reach Srinagar on May 22 and the meeting of the group will be held on May 23.
The delegates will be taken to major tourist places for sightseeing on May 24 in Srinagar including Dal Lake where they will go for a Shikara ride, Dachigam Wildlife Sanctuary and some other significant places followed by a visit to north Kashmir’s ski-resort Gulmarg. They will return to New Delhi on May 25, the report added.