Srinagar: The Modi government at the Centre is not in a mood to relax to teach lessons to terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir. The Modi government has announced the deployment of additional security forces to check terror activities in the state. It has been decided to deploy 10,000 additional security forces on the return of National Security Advisor (NSA) Ajit Doval from his visit to Jammu and Kashmir.
Some jawans are said to have reached Kashmir. An order issued by the Union Home Ministry said that deployment of additional central forces will strengthen the operation to dismantle the terror network in Kashmir. It will also help in maintaining law and order in the valley. As of August 15, 15 companies will be deployed in Srinagar, 10 in Pulwama and 10 in Sopore, 5 companies in the remaining 10 districts.
There are already 40 thousand additional troops deployed in Kashmir. Most of the jawans are guarding the Amarnath Yatris these days. The deployment of new troops is also being linked to the upcoming assembly elections in the state which may take place later this year. On the other hand, PDP chief Mehbooba Mufti and National Conference leader Ayeyag Abdullah are not liking the deployment of the jawans, saying it will create panic among the people of the valley.