The meet comes in the wake of the murders of two sarpanchs in two weeks last month following which around 150 of their counterparts resigned in protest.
The sarpanches have demanded gun licenses to protect themselves in the wake of murders of two local body leaders over the past fortnight.
Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah said that he will take up the issue of security at the Unified Command meeting.
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