Home Minister Amit Shah has started a two-day tour of Jammu and Kashmir in the afternoon. At the same time, the main accused in the Jammu and Kashmir DGP murder has been arrested.
While Union Home Minister Amit Shah was on a tour of Jammu and Kashmir, DGP Lokia of Jammu and Kashmir Prisons was murdered at his home yesterday. Following this, security has been put in place across the state of Jammu and Kashmir.
Internet service was temporarily cut off in major districts including Rejori, where Home Minister Amit Shah is on a visit as a precautionary measure amid ongoing tension in the wake of a bus bomb attack at a petrol station and infiltration of terrorists into border areas.
Meanwhile, jail DGP Logia’s housekeeper Yasir Ahmed has been arrested in connection with his murder. During the interrogation, it was revealed that Yasir Ahmed was under stress for the past few months and he had been staying at his friend’s house for the past few days and had come to Logia’s house only last night to do some work. It has been reported that he suddenly entered the room where Logia was staying and attacked him severely, but Yasir Ahmed is still being investigated.
Meanwhile, Amit Shah, who started his two-day visit to Jammu and Kashmir, had darshan at the Vaishnavi Devi temple this morning. After that, he addressed a public meeting in Rejori district, where only three families have ruled the state of Jammu and Kashmir for the past 70 years. Amit Shah alleged that these three families have removed the very meaning of the word democracy from the state of Jammu and Kashmir.
He said that after the abrogation of Article 370, the ban on the implementation of reservation system in Jammu and Kashmir has been lifted and the committee formed to provide reservation to communities including Gujjar Bagari in the state of Jammu and Kashmir has submitted its report and a decision will be taken soon based on that.
Also, “In the last three years, about 56 thousand crore rupees investment has come to the state of Jammu and Kashmir and the demand to start international air traffic from Srinagar has been fulfilled only now in 70 years. In 2006, during the Congress rule, four thousand acts of terrorism were reported, but only 721 acts of terrorism have been reported since 2019. Incidents of stone pelting are not happening in Jammu and Kashmir these days. “Instead of holding stones, the youth are holding books and laptops,” he said.
– Niranjan Kumar