Home Minister Amit Shah will go on a three-day visit to Jammu and Kashmir

Home Minister Amit Shah will go on a three-day visit to Jammu and Kashmir

The politics of the Valley can take a new turn during Navratra as Home Minister Amit Shah will be in Jammu and Kashmir for the next three days. This is the third visit of the Union Home Minister to Jammu and Kashmir after independence from Article 370. This tour, which is taking place in the midst of election rumblings, is being considered very important. On the first day of the tour, Amit Shah will try to reach out to the Gurjar and Bakarwal communities.

Union Home Minister Amit Shah will start his three-day hectic program in Jammu and Kashmir today. Shah will reach Jammu at around 5 pm today. He will meet delegations of Gujjars/Bakarwals and Yuva Rajput Sabha in the evening. Shah will address a public meeting organized in Rajouri on the morning of October 4 after offering prayers at the Mata Vaishno Devi temple located on Trikuta hills in Reasi district and will inaugurate and lay the foundation stone for development projects.

Initiation and foundation stone of many projects

The Union Home Minister will review the security situation in Jammu and Kashmir in a meeting to be held at Raj Bhavan in Srinagar on October 5. Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha, senior officers of the Army, paramilitary forces, state police, and civil administration will also participate in this high-level meeting. Shah will address a public meeting in Baramulla before launching and laying the foundation stone for various development projects in Srinagar.

The whole program will be like this

Amit Shah will reach Jammu and Kashmir at 5 pm today.
On the first day of the three-day tour, Amit Shah will meet the delegation of Gurjars, Bakarwals, and Rajput Sabhas this evening.
Will offer prayers at Vaishno Devi temple on October 4.
After offering prayers in the temple, there will be a public meeting in Rajouri on October 4.
On October 5, he will hold a meeting with senior officials including the Lieutenant Governor in Srinagar.
It is believed that elections can be held in Jammu and Kashmir next year. Therefore, the visit of Amit Shah is linked to the election.