Union home minister Amit Shah, who is on a three-day visit to Jammu and Kashmir. Amit Shah’s visit to the Valley is the first since the revocation of Article 370 and 35A in August 2019.
Union Home Minister Amit Shah will inaugurate and lay foundation stone of various development projects in Srinagar today.
Today is the last day of Home Minister's three-day visit to the Union Territory, which began on October 23. pic.twitter.com/n65xJt0e8E
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On the last day of the visit, in the morning, Union Home Minister Amit Shah and lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha offered prayers at Kheer Bhawani Durga temple in Ganderbal.
Furthermore, Amit Shah will inaugurate and lay the foundation stone of various development projects in Srinagar.
Furthermore, Union home minister Amit Shah will address panchayat representatives and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leaders in Srinagar on the third and last day of his visit to Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) on Monday. He will also meet members of the civil society and attend a Central Reserve Police Force function in Pulwama.
First Day of the visit:
On Saturday, Amit Shah met the families of civilians and soldiers in Jammu and Kashmir.. As many as 11 civilians, a majority of who belonged to other states, have been killed this month.
Shah also met the family of Jammu and Kashmir Police inspector Parvez Ahmad. He was killed by terrorists in June this year. Shah said that the entire country is proud of Ahmad’s bravery and offered a government job to the policeman’s wife.
Second Day of the visit:
On Sunday, Shah visited the forward areas of the Makwal border. Amit Shah interacted with the soldiers and local population. He was accompanied by J-K lieutenant governor Manoj Sinha.
In Jammu, the Union home minister met the delegations of Kashmiri Pandits, Gujjar-Bakarwal community, Pahadi community and Jammu and Kashmir Chamber of Commerce.
He inaugurated a new campus of the IIT in Jammu on Sunday. Later in the day, Amit Shah addressed a rally in Bhagwati Nagar ground.
Shah said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi restored the grassroots democracy and started a new phase of development in Kashmir where lakhs of people faced injustice under the garb of Article 370.