Amit Shah in J-K for first visit since August 2019; meets slain cop’s family.

Association Home Minister Amit Shah showed up here on Saturday for his first visit to Jammu and Kashmir since Article 370 was denied in August 2019 and drove directly to meet the group of a cop killed by psychological oppressors recently.

Shah, who will likewise be visiting Jammu where he will address a public meeting, will survey the security circumstance in the Valley during his three-roadtrip to the association region and furthermore banner off the debut Srinagar-Sharjah flight.

He was gotten at the Srinagar air terminal by Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha and other senior authorities of the Jammu and Kashmir organization, authorities said.

From the air terminal, Shah went directly to the home of Inspector Parvaiz Ahmad in Nowgam on the edges of the city. The cop was shot dead on June 22 as he was getting back in the wake of asking at a neighborhood mosque.

This is Shah’s first visit since Jammu and Kashmir’s exceptional status under Article 370 was renounced on August 5, 2019, and the state bifurcated into the association regions of Jammu and Kashmir, and Ladakh.

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Security was augmented across Kashmir in front of Shah’s visit that comes in the wake of the spate of regular people, especially non-local people and minorities, being killed. Extra powers had been conveyed, especially in the city, authorities said.

Afterward, Shah inspected the security situation at a gathering held at the Raj Bhawan here and went to by top common organization authorities, including Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha, and senior security authorities from the Army, CRPF, police and different offices, authorities said.

The home clergyman was informed with regards to the means taken to dispose of psychological warfare from Jammu and Kashmir and counter-penetration measures taken by the powers, the authorities said.

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Shah’s visit to Kashmir comes in the setting of 11 regular citizen killings in the valley in October alone. Five of those killed were workers from Bihar, while three, including two educators, had a place with minority networks in Kashmir. PTI


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