New Delhi: On August 5, the central government announced the abolition of Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir. After this many restrictions were imposed in the state. Gradually, the government put an end to these restrictions by seeing the situation normal. The government is still closely monitoring Kashmir.
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In this connection, Home Minister Amit Shah held a meeting with senior officials and reviewed the situation in the state. NSA Ajit Doval, Cabinet Secretary Rajiv Gauba, Home Secretary Ajay Bhalla as well as senior officials of security agencies were present in the meeting.
It also elaborated on the large scale firing, terrorist infiltration efforts and preparations made to deal with them from Pakistan. In a meeting that lasted for nearly two hours, senior officials told Amit Shah how all 1,02,069 landline telephones in Jammu and Kashmir have been commissioned. In all police station areas in Jammu and Ladakh areas, the day-to-day ban has been completely lifted. In the Kashmir Valley also, the day ban has been lifted in 93 of the 105 police station areas.
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While in other areas, work is being done to lift the ban soon. Simultaneously, Shah was informed about the preparations to implement central schemes in Kashmir and the purchase of Sev crop on behalf of NAFED. Security agencies also presented to Amit Shah a detailed account of the current challenges in the Kashmir Valley.
In which the presence of a large number of terrorists on the PoK launch pad and to ensure their infiltration cited the firing by the Pakistan Army. At the same time, information was given about the threats being received by the terrorists from the terrorists behind the obstacle in the situation becomes normal. In this meeting, the Home Minister was informed about the threat given to the farmers by the terrorists. Amit Shah instructed the officers to take benefit of the central schemes to the general public at the earliest.
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