CM meets PC
Discusses Troop-Cut, DAA
New Delhi, Feb 23: Chief Minister Omar Abdullah Wednesday met Union Home Minister P Chidambaram here and discussed various issues pertaining to the prevailing security situation, political scenario and general progress on development projects in the State, an official spokesman said.
During the meeting the two leaders discussed issues relating to reduction of footprints of the forces in the State to restore confidence among the people. On Disturbed Areas Act, Omar Abdullah apprised the Union Home Minister of the status of the progress made by the two Committees constituted in this regard, the spokesman said.
The Chief Minister emphasized the need of deleting the peaceful areas of the State from the list of Disturbed Areas and removing more bunkers from the civilian areas.
The two leaders also talked about arrangement for ensuing Panchayat elections, progress of dialogue process between the interlocutors and various shades of political opinion and other issues relating to the maintenance of peace and order in the State, he said.
The projects under execution in Prime Minister’s Reconstruction Program in the State were also taken stock of in the meeting.
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