Jammu And Kashmir Home Minister Amit Shah Holds A High Level Meeting On The Security Situation

Jammu Kashmir News: Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Tuesday...

Jammu Kashmir News: Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Tuesday reviewed the security situation in Jammu and Kashmir. Officials have given this information. Recently, there have been targeted killings of some Kashmiri Pandits and others in the Union Territory. The high-level meeting was attended by Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha, Union Home Secretary Ajay Bhalla as well as heads of intelligence and security agencies. The meeting also took stock of the preparations for the Amarnath Yatra, which will start after two years from June 30.

The incident happened on May 12
On May 12, in Budgam district, government employee Rahul Bhatt was killed by terrorists inside his office. A day after the murder of Kashmiri Pandit Bhat, police constable Riyaz Ahmed Thokar was shot dead by terrorists at his residence in Pulwama district. Last week, four pilgrims were killed and at least 20 others were injured when a bus caught fire near Katra in Jammu. Police suspect that “sticky” (adhesive) bombs may have been used to start the fire.

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Kashmiri Pandits are protesting
After Bhat’s murder, members of the Kashmiri Pandit community have started protests. They protested in the Valley and demanded shifting of government employees of their community to safer places and increased their security. The Gupkar Manifesto Alliance, a common platform of major political parties of Jammu and Kashmir, on Sunday appealed to the Kashmiri Pandit employees not to leave the Valley. The alliance said it was their home and that their departure would be “painful for all”.

Safety of Amarnath Yatra important
The Amarnath Yatra is a significant security challenge after the recent incidents of violence and for its smooth conduct, the central government will deploy at least 12,000 paramilitary personnel as well as thousands of Jammu and Kashmir Police personnel. The annual visit to the Amarnath temple located in the hill cave could not take place in 2020 and 2021 due to the corona virus epidemic. In 2019, just before the abrogation of Article 370, it was abbreviated. Around three lakh pilgrims are expected to participate in the yatra and the yatra may end on August 11.

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