New Delhi: Home Minister P Chidambaram will chair a high-level security review meeting in Jammu next week to discuss the preparedness of Jammu and Kashmir Police and paramilitary forces ahead of this summer.

Chidambaram will be flying to the winter capital of the state on April 10 and begin his day-long visit by paying obeisance at the Mata Vaishno Devi shrine.

Later, he along with Chief Minister Omar Abdullah will chair a security review meeting to take stock of the situation which will deliberate upon the inputs of intelligence agencies about infiltration and secessionist movements.

The surrender policy of the state government of bringing back the misguided youths from Pakistan-occupied Kashmir will also come in for review at the meeting, the sources said.

The Home Minister has been holding such meetings in the past to have first-hand information of the state that saw a lakh of tourists flocking last summer.

He will also meet a delegation of state Congress workers and a group of Sardar organisations before leaving for the national capital in the evening.