Union ministers Ravi Shankar Prasad, Nityanand Rai, GK Reddy, Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi and Sanjay Dhotre met people at different places reiterating that the Valley should shun all negativity of the past and look forward to a new new sunrise under Narendra Modi government that would bring happiness to all residents.
BJP’s Srinagar unit organised the function at the revenue department in Harwan, around 15 km from Lal Chowk. Around 250 people, including BJP workers, panchayat members and Gujjar and Bakerwal delegations met Naqvi.
“When police nab some people, they don’t seem to talk sense. Therefore, if some sensible arrangement is made, where good people from civil society and experts can deal with the subject and relevant aspects of religion and other things, it should be welcomed," said Singh.
Jammu and Kashmir administration released another batch of five politicians who were under detention since August 5 last year, when the special status of J&K was revoked and the state was bifurcated into two Union territories.
“Davinder Singh is under suspension and we have recommended his termination from services,” J&K police chief Dilbag Singh told reporters in Jammu. A joint team of J&K police officers and other agencies are interrogating Davinder Singh at Kulgam and have searched his residence and other properties in Kashmir and Jammu.
Singh may have been on surveillance even on the day he received a delegation of foreign diplomats, including US ambassador. He was in charge of the anti-hijacking unit and cops monitoring Singh were apprehensive that he would transport the two militants to Jammu from Srinagar airport, where he could have easily bypassed security considering his position.
The team comprising ambassadors of the United States, South Korea, Vietnam, Bangladesh, the Philippines, Maldives, Norway, Morocco, Nigeria, Niger, Argentina, Peru, Fiji, Guyana and Togo, met a cross section of society besides senior security personnel.
Lieutenant Governor GC Murmu on Tuesday received a 15-point memorandum on socio-economic and political aspiration of people from eight former MLAs led by Altaf Bukhari.
The Jammu and Kashmir administration released another batch of four politicians from house arrest on Friday, hinting at a possible resurgence of political activity in the Valley.
The SMS services will resume 150 days after government snapped all communication networks on August 5, when J&K's special status was abrogated and the state split into two Union Territories.
- No blogs yet have been written by the author, we’re sure the author will contribute one soon