Amit Shah Chairs A High Level Meeting On Jammu And Kashmir
Amit Shah High Level Meeting: A high-level meeting was called...
Amit Shah High Level Meeting: A high-level meeting was called on Thursday under the chairmanship of Union Home Minister Amit Shah on issues related to Jammu and Kashmir. This meeting was called at Amit Shah’s office in North Block located in the capital Delhi. In which apart from Union Home Minister Amit Shah, National Security Advisor (NSA) Ajit Doval, Union Home Secretary Ajay Bhalla, Army Chief Manoj Pandey, RAW Chief Samant Goyal, CRPF Director General General Kuldeep Singh, BSF Chief Pankaj Singh and NIA DG Dinkar Gupta. also joined.
According to sources, in this high-level meeting, the law and order and assembly elections in Jammu and Kashmir were discussed. Apart from this, in this meeting, efforts were made to stop the continuous infiltration from Pakistan.
Discussion on these important issues
In the high level meeting convened today under the chairmanship of Amit Shah, important issues like security situation in Jammu and Kashmir, terrorist infiltration from across the border including terrorist attacks on Kashmiri Pandits and non-local employees were discussed. It is worth noting that for some time now, non-Kashmiris are being targeted by terrorists in the valley and carrying out the murder of them. Due to which there is an atmosphere of panic among non-Kashmiris.
At the same time, after the decision of the government to include non-local people in the voters list in Jammu and Kashmir, the political mercury has started rising in the valley. An all-party meeting was called on Wednesday under the chairmanship of National Conference President Farooq Abdullah.
High level meeting was called before Amarnath Yatra
Significantly, this was the first high-level meeting on the situation in Jammu and Kashmir under the chairmanship of Union Home Minister Amit Shah after the Amarnath Yatra. Let us inform that Union Home Minister Amit Shah had earlier called a review meeting on May 17 and June 3 regarding the safety of pilgrims and target killing by terrorists before the start of Amarnath Yatra.