Srinagar: Commissioner Secretary Home Shaleen Kabra and divisional commissioner Kashmir Baseer Ahmad Khan on Friday evening said that there was no need panic and stock up essentials as safety and security of the people of the state is the government responsibility.
“There are credible inputs because of which the advisory was issued. This advisory is a preventive measure. There is nothing of sort and it does not need to be interpreted in any manner that there is any threat to residents of Jammu and Kashmir,” Kabra flanked by Baseer Khan told a group of reporters here.
“It is the Yatris and tourists who come from outside are easy targets. The yatris and tourists visit tourist spots and roam freely. The advisory was issued taking into consideration specific intelligence inputs,” he said.
“Again I want to reassure you that safety and security of the residents of Jammu and Kashmir is the responsibility of the government and when I say security forces are taking necessary measures are to be looked into context of the presser in the morning that there are credible inputs,’ he said, adding, “There is no need to panic. There will be no curfew and there is no need to stock essentials and everything will be available as was available.”