The parliamentary standing committee on home affairs, headed by Congress leader P Chidambaram, also said lack of financial resources has resulted in loss of lives of police and paramilitary personnel in the fight against Naxals.
"The committee does not share the perception of the ministry that the overall security scenario remained under control during 2016," the panel said in the report submitted to parliament on Thursday.
"While terrorism in the hinterland of the country and left wing extremism (LWE) remained comparatively muted during 2016," it said, "the opposite is however true in the case of cross-border terrorist attacks in Jammu and Kashmir which remained on the boil throughout 2016 due to a number of terrorist attacks, and huge upsurge in number of infiltration -- 364 in 2016 as compared to 121 in 2015."
The committee said a new trend of terrorists targeting security establishments of paramilitary and armed forces has emerged.
"The committee is constrained to note that 82 personnel of security forces were martyred last year. At the same time, the committee is anguished at the vulnerabilities and loop holes in security of the establishments of the forces exposed by a series of terrorist attacks that occurred in 2016," the report said.
The panel recommended the home ministry must make efforts to completely stop infiltration from across the border and prevent all types of terror activities in Jammu and Kashmir.
The security of the establishments of the forces should be tightened and attacks on them should not be allowed to recur, it said.
The panel also referred to the recommendations of the committee given following the January 2, 2016 attacks on Pathankot air base.
It said that despite several steps reportedly taken by the government to strengthen security measures, it failed to prevent recurrence of such attacks and Pampore, Uri, Baramula, Handwara and Nagrota were targeted.