New Delhi: A high level meeting was held on Friday under the chairmanship of Union Home Minister Amit Shah. It was attended by NSA Ajit Doval, Union Home Secretary Ajay Bhalla, Intelligence Bureau Director Arvind Kumar, RAW chief Samant Kumar Goel, CRPF Director General Kuldeep Singh and Jammu and Kashmir DGP Dilbag Singh.
This high level meeting took place in the Union Home Ministry.
Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha also attended the meeting. If sources are to be believed, along with reviewing the ongoing development projects in Jammu and Kashmir, it is being said that the framework for new projects will be decided.
A discussion regarding the Shri Amarnath Yatra is also possible in the meeting. Other top officials including the Chief Secretary of Jammu and Kashmir also attended the meeting.
It is worth noting that in the last few days, there has been a lot of developments once again regarding Jammu and Kashmir. Manoj Sinha is holding regular meetings. Recently, the deployment of paramilitary forces has increased in Jammu and Kashmir, especially in the Kashmir Valley, during the last few days.
In the past, the Lieutenant Governor had said that this deployment was normal and said that these security forces had gone for elections in different parts of the country. Now returning and going to their respective places of original duty.
Besides this, Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha had said that it is a normal process to increase the deployment of security forces in Jammu and Kashmir ahead of Shri Amarnath Yatra. He had dismissed the rumors of something big, saying that nothing was going to happen in the state for which additional contingents of security forces would have to be deployed from different parts of the country.
In the past, Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha had also said that after the completion of the process of delimitation, assembly elections will be held in Jammu and Kashmir. Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha had bluntly said that neither there is going to be a bifurcation of Jammu and Kashmir nor anything big is going to happen for which the deployment of additional security forces is required.