Modi will reach Srinagar in the afternoon and meet delegations of several political parties and members of civil society groups.
Special checking points have been set up at various places in the city including entry and exit points.
The ISIS flags had surfaced in July as well when Isreal launched strikes in Gaza. The police also detained few youths in Srinagar for waving ISIS flags in August.
The state government also provided its initial assessment of losses, pegging it at 100 thousand crore rupees.
The official further said that the Centre team also visited the Rambagh Bund area where the local youth were “very agitated.”
Armed Forces have also established 19 relief camps in Srinagar and Jammu region.
MID the long hours of waiting for the waters to recede, the city shows its resilience and courage.
The full extent of the fury of the floods had started to become apparent. Aircel was the only functional network.
Modi said there is a need for a massive effort to ensure basic hygiene and sanitation in the water-logged areas of Srinagar.
There has been a partial restoration of landline phones but mobile phones are still not working in the city.
Since 1893, flood after flood has shown how vulnerable Srinagar is with the Jhelum being hemmed in.
Visitors at the fair, particularly youngsters, are flocking to the stall setup by Hurriyat Conference.
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Among domestic destinations, Srinagar is drawing huge crowd.
Hurriyat chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq has called the invitation to Sharif a good beginning and an encouraging message.