Union Home Minister P Chidambaram today discussed security issues and progress of development projects with Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah in Srinagar.
Chidambaram, who arrived here this morning on a two-day visit to the state, will make an on-the-spot assessment of security situation in the state.
The Home Minister, who heads a team of senior officials, will meet the Unified Command to review law and order and militancy situation, official sources said.
Chidambaram, who is on his first visit to the state after taking over as the Home Minister, will take stock of reports of infiltration that has taken place in the state from the army officials, including the top-brass of Srinagar-based 15 Corps.
According to a state government report, nearly 200 militants have managed to infiltrate in the recent past.
Security arrangements for the annual Amarnath Yatra, which is scheduled to begin on June 15, will also figure in the Home Minister's discussions with the state government.