Amit Shah inaugurates new IIT Jammu campus in J&K

Srinagar: Union Home Minister Amit Shah is currently on a 3-day visit to Jammu and Kashmir. Today is the second day of his visit and he has inaugurated the new campus of IIT Jammu. Union Minister Dharmendra Pradhan and Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha were also present during the meeting. Let us tell you all that Union Home Minister Amit Shah had reached Jammu on the morning of 24th October to inaugurate the new campus of IIT-Jammu and lay the foundation stone of various development projects.

Amit Shah will also meet MPs, MLAs and senior BJP leaders after the programme in the evening today. Let us tell you all that Amit Shah arrived on October 23 on a 3-day visit to the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir. He called upon the youth of Kashmir to extend support to realize Prime Minister Narendra Modi's "dream of peaceful and developed Jammu and Kashmir" after reaching there. "After delimitation, assembly elections will be held in the Union Territory and after that statehood will be restored. At the same time, he also said, "Today, youth in Jammu and Kashmir is talking about development, employment and studies. This is a big change. No matter how strong one exerts now, no one can stop the wind of this change.''

On the increased terrorist incident in the Valley last Saturday, Amit Shah had said, "I assure you that we will deal firmly with whatever it wants to disturb the peace of Jammu and Kashmir. No one will be able to stop the development journey that has started here. At the same time, he had said, "After Independence, the Government of India has helped Jammu and Kashmir the most per capita, but the poverty, unemployment has not gone, infrastructure has not developed. Now, poverty is going from here, people are getting employment opportunities.''

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