- Union Home Minister Amit Shah on a three-day visit to Jammu and Kashmir
- Amit Shah interacts with youth of Jammu and Kashmir at Youth Club
- This is Amit Shah’s first visit after the abrogation of Article 370.
Union Home Minister Amit Shah arrived in Srinagar on Saturday on a three-day visit to Jammu and Kashmir. While interacting with the youth of the youth club here, Amit Shah assured them that there will be a good delimitation as the youth get a chance in Kashmir, elections will also be held after the delimitation and the state status will also be returned. He said that Kashmir gets help from the Government of India, it should also come, Kashmir has suffered a lot. But a day will surely come when Kashmir will contribute for the development of India. Not a taker, it will become a state that gives to India.
This is the first visit of Union Home Minister Amit Shah to the Union Territory after the abrogation of Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir. In a program organized in the Youth Club on Saturday, Union Home Minister Amit Shah said that after two and a half years I have come to Jammu and Kashmir and after the security review meeting, my first program is being held with the youth of the Youth Club, I am Jammu- I feel very happy and relaxed to meet the youth of Kashmir.
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Earlier, after reaching Srinagar, Amit Shah went directly to meet the family members of a police officer who was martyred in a terrorist attack this year. He later chaired a meeting to review the security situation in the Valley. The Union Home Minister is here on a three-day visit. Shah was received at the Srinagar airport by Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha and Advisor Farooq Khan.
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Home Minister Amit Shah on a three-day visit to Jammu and Kashmir
Shah has arrived in Srinagar at a time when the Valley has witnessed heavy rain and snowfall. If the weather is fine, he will go to Jammu on Sunday where he will address a public meeting and then return to Srinagar, officials said. First on his agenda was to meet the family of Jammu and Kashmir Police Inspector Parvez Ahmed. On June 22, Ahmed, who was returning after offering evening prayers at a mosque in Nowgam on the outskirts of the city, was shot dead by terrorists near his house.