New Delhi, August01 (ANI): Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Saturday chaired a meeting of the National security Council (NSC) to review the country's preparedness, amidst several intelligence inputs of possible attack by terrorists.
According to sources, the NSC meeting was held at the 7, Race Course Residence of the Prime Minister, which went for nearly three hours.
Defence Minister A.K. Antony, National Security Adviser M.K. Narayanan, new Foreign Secretary Nirupama Rao, and all the three chiefs of the Armed Forces attended the meeting, sources said. The NSC discussed the terror threat emanating from Pakistan-based militant groups and security concerns relating to China.
The NSC also reviewed the reported Chinese incursions along the border in Arunachal Pradesh, sources added.
Sources said, the NSC also discussed the issues of increase in the construction of bunkers along the Indo-Pak border and Line of Control by Pakistan and maritime security. (ANI)