The Union Home Minister, Amit Shah, is set to chair a high-level meeting on Thursday to review the security situation in Jammu and Kashmir.
The meeting follows the killing of four jawans on Wednesday morning at the Bathinda Military Station in Punjab.
The home minister will be given a detailed presentation on the prevailing law and order situation in J&K by security officials of the central government and the union territory administration.
The meeting will be attended by senior officers from the Ministry of Home Affairs and Central Armed Police Forces, including the Lieutenant Governor of Jammu and Kashmir, Manoj Sinha.
The main agenda of the meeting is to review the functioning of the security grid and the policy of zero tolerance against terrorism.
Matters related to various developmental works being implemented in Jammu and Kashmir will also be discussed.
The Home Minister visited the Union Territory in October last year.