After scathing report, Govt lists steps taken post Pathankot


The government today said armed forces have been directed to step up security in military installations as per recommendations of a high-level committee formed after the terror attack on Pathankot airbase last year.

Minister of State for Defence Subhash Bhamre stated this in a written reply to a question in Lok Sabha, a day after the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Defence in a report slammed the government for not taking any concrete measures to beef up security in frontline military bases.

The Minister said broad guidelines for enhancing security in defence installations has been issued to Service headquarters besides reviewing the response mechanism to any attacks.

The Parliamentary panel had yesterday said the scenario is as “vulnerable” as has been “exposed” during the Uri and Pathankot terror attacks.

After the Pathankot attack, the government had set up a military committee headed by ex-Army vice-chief Lt-Gen Philip Campose to review existing security infrastructure and suggest measures to strengthen security at defence installations The Campose Committee had submitted its report to Defence Ministry last May and the Parliamentary panel said no concrete measures appeared to have been taken even after the committee submitted its recommendation to the Defence Ministry.

Bhamre said the defence personnel have been sensitised on the prevailing security situation and necessity of maintaining high level of alertness.

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