New Delhi, Aug 12: National Security Advisor, Ajit Doval will stay on in Jammu and Kashmir for some more time.
He is expected to be in J&K until August 15. Doval is in J&K since Monday and is overseeing the security arrangements in the aftermath of Article 370 being scrapped. He has been interacting with locals as well as security personnel.
Srinagar, Aug 09: Section 144 of the Code of Criminal Procedure which bars the gathering of 4 persons or more has been withdrawn from the Jammu municipal limits. This was informed by Sushma Chauhan, the deputy magistrate of Jammu district.
All colleges and schools will open tomorrow, the DM also informed.
New Delhi, Aug 09: The decision to abrogate Article 370 has seen an unprecedented increase in security in Jammu and Kashmir. With restrictions in place, terrorists may find it difficult to infiltrate into the Valley or even strike there.
However Intelligence agencies are not ruling out the possibility of trouble in other parts of the country.
New Delhi, Aug 06: The decision to scrap Article 370 not only needed a political will, but the run up to the decision needed utmost secrecy as well. After all it was a decision Jammu and Kashmir, the most volatile state, now Union Territory.
While the decision has been taken, the implementation would be extremely crucial. National Security Advisor, who made many a visit to J&K has been tasked with overseeing the implementation.
New Delhi, Aug 06: The Centre on Monday made an important announcement, while scrapping Article 370 today. It decided to make Jammu and Kashmir a Union Territory with legislature.
It has also been decided that Ladakh would be a Union Territory without legislature. Top Home Ministry sources tell OneIndia that Jammu and Kashmir would follow the Puducherry model, while functioning as a Union Territory. Before this announcement was made, only the National Capital Territory of Delhi and Puducherry had a legislature.