Union Home Minister Amit Shah will be visiting Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir later today. Shah during his visit to the valley and will review the overall security situation in the state.
He will also discuss security arrangements for Amarnath Yatra, in particular. He will also meet Governor Satya Pal Malik. He will chair a meeting with officials and would seek updates about the security arrangements.
Shah will return to the national Capital tomorrow. This will be Amit Shah’s first visit to Jammu and Kashmir since assuming office as the Union Home Minister.
Home Minister Amit Shah to leave for Srinagar, J&K later today. He will review overall security situation in the state & also discuss security arrangements for Amarnath Yatra, in particular. He will also meet Governor Satya Pal Malik. He will return to Delhi tomorrow. (file pic) pic.twitter.com/ZDBGv8ErAn
— ANI (@ANI) June 26, 2019
On the second day of his first visit to the valley, Union Home Minister Shah will meet local Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leaders and members of Panchayats at the Nehru Guest House in Srinagar’s Cheshma Shahi area.
While a delegation of civil society members, a delegation of people connected with tourism and some youth delegations, will also meet Shah during his maiden visit to the state.
Before flying back to Delhi, the Home Minister is likely to address a media conference in Srinagar on Thursday.
Amit Shah had on June 1, assumed office as Union Home Minister. One of the biggest responsibilities on Amit Shah’s shoulder is related to national security. Shah being the in-charge of MHA has to ensure that no Pulwama such attack on Civilians or Armed Forces does not take place.
He also has to take a call whether India will initiate an internal dialogue with all the stakeholders of Jammu and Kashmir or will have to go way with anti-muscular terror policies in the Valley.
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