Ajit Doval lands in Kashmir to ensure smooth transition of power

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NSA Advisor is monitoring the situation in Kashmir and reviewing security preparations


National Security Advisor Ajit Doval reached Jammu and Kashmir after Union Home Minister Amit Shah redrew the map in a historic move on Monday. Ajit Doval reached the valley and started working on the ground with security forces. He is closely monitoring the situation in Srinagar and reviewing security preparations.

India is firm on Zero tolerance policy in targeting security personnel in Kashmir

India is firm on its stand that they have zero tolerance policy against the excesses against common people looking at the fact that separatists are provocating and targeting security personnel. NSA Ajit Doval is working on smooth transition of power and responsibilities to the new administrative structures in the valley.

As per the sources government may announce several development projects in Jammu and Kashmir. Projects based on Road highways, rail and food court are on cards and will be announced soon.

J&K is being divided into two Union Territories

Earlier, Amit Shah proposed a bill in Rajya Sabha to bifurcate the Jammu and Kashmir into two union territories, Jammu & Kashmir and Ladakh. The government also stripped the terrorism affected state from its special status by making removing provisions from Article 370.

The decisions sparked a chain of happiness in various parts of the country but it was doomed by the separatist leaders of Jammu and Kashmir. Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satyapal Malik reviewed the security situation and stressed the need for alertness and preparedness.

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There was speculation since 26th of July that something big is going to happen. More than 35,000 troops were moved in the valley. Phone services, Internet services, Cable services were blocked the night before the announcement. Several leaders including former Chief Ministers Mehbooba Mufti, Omar Abdullah were on house arrest before the announcement of the big decision.

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