Officials tell OneIndia that Shah will direct the civil administration to take more steps to secure the minority community.
New Delhi, Jun 03: There has been a sustained effort by Pakistan’s ISI to keep the Valley on the boil.
The number of targeted killings especially of minorities has gone up in the past couple of days.
Union Home Minister Amit Shah will chair a high-level meeting today to discuss the situation in Jammu and Kashmir and also take steps to restore normalcy. Officials tell OneIndia that Shah will direct the civil administration to take more steps to secure the minority community.
The police on the other hand would involve the Station House Officers (SHO) of the local police stations.
The prime focus of the meeting tomorrow would be on the targeted killings and also on how to secure the minority community. There have been 8 targeted killings since May, including one of a bank manager which took place today.
New Delhi, Jun 02: Concrete directions will be given to the police and the civil administration in Jammu and Kashmir during an overall review meeting on Jammu and Kashmir to be held tomorrow.
The meetings will be headed by Union Home Minister, Amit Shah and will be attended by National Security Advisor Ajit Doval, J&K Lt. Governor Manoj Sinha, the Intelligence chiefs and the chief secretary and Director General of Police, Jammu and Kashmir.
New Delhi, Apr 21: Union Home Minister Amit Shah today praised the National Investigation Agency (NIA) for the manner in which the agency probed terror funding cases in Jammu and Kashmir.
Speaking at the 13th Foundation Day of the National Investigation Agency, Shah said that the probe by the NIA in terror funding cases helped eradicate terror and the overground worker network in J&K. The NIA has in a very short span of time established itself as an international agency. It has also worked very hard in probing cases of terror funding, terror and those against naxalites.
New Delhi, Aug 02: Assam and Mizoram have decided to dial down the border tensions following the intervention of Union Home Minister Amit Shah. Both the Chief Ministers agreed to resolve the ongoing border disputes amicably through dialogue.
Mizoram’s CM Zoramthanga took to the social media and said that the boundary dispute with Assam will be resolved amicably through dialogue.
New Delhi, Apr 14: Union Home Minister Amit Shah said at an election rally in West Bengal that only a BJP government can stop infiltrations into the state.
He said that the Communists, Congress and Trinamool Congress have a vote bank in infiltrators. “If things continue the same way, Kolkata will face the problem of infiltration as well in the nearby time. Communists, Congress and Mamata Didi all have vote banks in these infiltrators. Only BJP can stop infiltration in Bengal,” Shah said according to a report by ANI.
New Delhi, Feb 04: No propaganda can deter India’s unity! No propaganda can stop India to attain new heights!
Propaganda can not decide India’s fate only ‘Progress’ can. India stands united and together to achieve progress, Union Home Minister said in a tweet, while hitting out to the foreign individuals who spoke on the farmer protests.
Kolkata, Dec 21: Union Home Minister, Amit Shah during his visit to West Bengal met with officers of the National Investigation Agency and took stock of the terror related cases registered by the agency in the state. Shah during his meeting with DIG Deepak Kumar and other NIA officials sought details of the cases registered in the state.
The NIA had recently busted a Lashkar-e-Tayiba module in Bengal. The module was Pakistan sponsored and in busting the same, the agency averted major strikes.
New Delhi, Dec 12: Union Home Minister, Amit Shah met with senior government, security and police officials to discuss ways to pre-empt any chances of violence in Delhi, where the farmer agitation is on.
There have been warnings from the Intelligence about the possibility of some radical elements taking advantage of the volatile situation and fuelling violence, just the way it was done during the anti-CAA protests.