New Delhi: A high-level meeting will be held on Friday under the chairmanship of the Union Minister, Amit Shah. It was attended by the NSA, Ajit Doval, Union Minister Ajay Bhalla, Intelligence Bureau Director, Arvind Kumar, the Chief of Raw Samant Kumar-Goel, CRPF, Executive Director-Kuldeep Singh and Jammu and Kashmir DGP Dilbag Singh. This is a high-level meeting was held at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the European Union.
The meeting was also attended by the Vice-Governor of Jammu and Kashmir, in a burst of magical energy Sinha. According to the sources, together with an overview of the current project (s) in Jammu and Kashmir, it is said to be the basis for new projects are to be implemented. A discussion of the Instagram Yatra, it is also possible to have the meeting. The meeting was also attended by other high-ranking officials, including the chief Secretary of Jammu and Kashmir.
It is worth noting that in the last couple of days, he has made a fuss over Jammu and Kashmir. The first floor Sinha regularly hosts meetings and events. Most recently, in Jammu and Kashmir, particularly in the Valley, to the creation of paramilitary groups has increased over the last couple of days. In the past, the Vice-governor said that such a deployment, it is normal, and he said that these forces were to vote in a different part of the country. And now they come back and go back to the original duty station.
Also, the Vice-Governor, the first floor Sinha said: “this is a normal process in order to increase the deployment of security forces in Jammu and Kashmir, india, to Sri Yatra. He dismissed rumors of something bigger, and that there is nothing in the will, under the security services in different parts of the country.
In the past, the Vice-Governor, the first floor Sinha also said that, after the delimitation process has been completed, the assembly elections are to be held in Jammu and Kashmir, india. The Vice-Governor, the first floor Sinha said that there is no bifurcation of Jammu and Kashmir, or anything big that it will require the deployment of additional security forces.