LAHORE: A Joint Operations Coordination Committee (JOCC) meeting was held in Lahore to review operation against militants in Punjab Saturday.
According to Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) press statement, the meeting was attended by senior civil and military officials of Punjab and heads of civil and military intelligence agencies.
The forum agreed to revitalize the committee to carryout intelligence assessment, joint development of security mosaic and direct all operations in Punjab, the statement said.
It was decided to vigorously undertake coordinated actions across the board against all terrorist outfits and their facilitators, it added.
“Integrated Security Mechanism will be made fully operational so as to utilize it effectively at Divisional and District levels through cohesive coordination between civil and military components,” the ISPR said.
The forum also decided appropriate force application according to varying nature of targets.
Operations led by civil and military intelligence agencies will be launched by Army, Rangers, CTD and Police as required, followed by constant review and regulation by Joint Operations Coordination Committee (JOCC), the statement said. NNI