The security situation in J&K is stable but fragile. The terror infrastructure across the border remains intact and Pakistan's support to the proxy war being waged in the State continues unabated. The Pakistan -Terrorists-Separatist nexus continues its attempts to undermine the democratic process in the State.


A large number of tourists visiting J&K and an incident free Amarnath Yatra are some positive indicators which need to be built upon. However, the situation in J&K is at crossroads and needs consolidation by synergised efforts of the Security Forces and the Civil Administration.


Situation along the border: The ceasefire along the Actual Ground Position Line (AGPL), Line of Control (LC) and International Border (lB) Sector in Jammu and Kashmir has generally held, barring a few aberrations which has been restricted to certain sectors along the LC and lB Sector. However, there has been an increase in the number of Cease Fire Violations (CFVs) during 2013 as compared to the previous two years. In this context, a meeting of DGs MO of India and Pakistan was held after a long gap on December 24, 2013 to address the issue of ceasefire violations. Pursuant to these talks, the number of CFVs has come down in 2014.


Relentless Counter Terrorism operations by the Army have resulted in attrition and neutralisation of terrorists and their leadership.