Amit Shah’s message in J&K: Zero tolerance for militancy
Home Minister wraps up 2-day visit, stresses on more arrangements for Amarnath Yatra
Association Home Minister Amit Shah on Thursday valued the “noteworthy improvement” in the security circumstance in Jammu and Kashmir, while emphasizing the zero resilience strategy of the Modi government for militancy.
He additionally worried on proceeded with exacting activity against “aggressor financing” and expressed that the security courses of action for the up and coming Amarnath yatra beginning July 1 would be fixed further.
The Home Minister, who arrived Kashmir on two-day visit on Wednesday, took a progression of survey gatherings identified with security readiness for Amarnath yatra, by and large security situation, status of different formative plans. He likewise met different appointments that incorporate Sarpanchs, Panchs and a couple of youth assignments at SKICC before wrapping up his visit on Thursday.
Illuminating the media people about the choices taken and the
headings gone by the Home Minister, Special Secretary Internal Security in Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA), A P Maheswari said that Shah valued the huge improvement in security circumstance.
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