Security forces on alert for Amarnath Yatra after Vaishno Devi bus attack, meeting to be held today!

Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha has reached Delhi following the ongoing violent incidents in Jammu and Kashmir. At the same time, it has also been learnt that Home Minister Amit Shah is also likely to hold a review meeting on the law and order situation in the Union Territory. Yes, the government and security forces are also on alert for the Amarnath Yatra starting from today i.e. Monday. Let us tell you all that according to a report coming out, Sinha has reached Delhi and there is a possibility that he will remain in the capital for a few days. On the other hand, Crpf Director-General Kuldeep Singh is also on a day-long visit to Jammu and Kashmir.

Singh will actually review the preparations for the Amarnath Yatra and the report quoted sources as saying that Shah may hold a high-level review meeting before the Amarnath Yatra. At the same time, he is also likely to discuss law and order in Jammu and Kashmir this week. You may be aware that on Thursday, a bus full of pilgrims going to Mata Vaishno Devi temple caught fire in Katra. Yes, four people were killed in this incident, while 22 were injured. Earlier, Rahul Bhatt, who worked in the tehsil office in Chadoora, was shot dead by the terrorists.

It was said that the incident was a terrorist attack. According to the report, sources also said that a sticky bomb was used for the blast in the bus. Apart from this, it has also been claimed that security will be increased during the Amarnath Yatra. At the same time, more troops will also be deployed than already decided. At the same time, it is also reported that the CRPF DG will brief about the security arrangements in the Amarnath Yatra after taking stock of the ground situation. He is likely to reach Delhi today i.e. on Monday evening. Apart from this, there is also a possibility that the government may deploy additional troops in the Vaishno Devi temple as well.

In fact, according to a report, in the last few days, several intelligence inputs have been coming in, indicating that terrorist organisations are trying to target temples, Kashmiri Pandits and migrants living in Jammu and Kashmir. Inputs are also suggesting that terror outfits have started working aggressively in Jammu, which is becoming a challenge for the security forces deployed in Jammu and Kashmir.

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