J&K Governor NN Vohra was on Monday briefed by top officers about the law and order as well as the internal security situation in the state.
A Raj Bhawan spokesman said consequent to opening of Durbar (seat of governance) here, Vohra held a series of meetings wherein he was briefed about the maintenance of law and order and internal security related issues by Chief Secretary B B Vyas, Director General of Police S P Vaid, GOC 15 Corps Lt Gen JS Sandhu, and heads of Central Intelligence Agencies.
"Besides briefings about the implementation status of important state and central development projects, the Governor will be having extensive discussions with Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti," the spokesman said.
Meanwhile, the Governor's Secretariat, which had closed at Jammu on 28th April, reopened at Raj Bhavan Srinagar on Monday morning.
Vohra went around various wings of Raj Bhavan and met the officers and staff of his Secretariat. He advised all the functionaries to ensure cleanliness, efficiency, promptitude and proper maintenance of the official records.
"He also directed time-bound digitization of all important records and de-weeding of irrelevant papers. The Governor also went around the Raj Bhavan estate and directed assured readiness of the firefighting system and proper upkeep of the gardens," the spokesman said.
Umang Narula, Principal Secretary to the Governor accompanied the Governor.