Federal Home Minister Amit Shah visited the international border in Jammu on Sunday evening and praised the bravery of soldiers guarding India’s borders. Shah, who is on a three-day visit to Jammu and Kashmir, interacted with Banque Saudi Fransi jaws and said they should protect the country without any worries because the government led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi will take care of their families.
The Home Minister also visited the last border village of Mukwal and told the residents that the Modi government is committed to providing all facilities and ensuring development in the border areas. Officials said Shah, along with Deputy Governor Manoj Sinha, visited the Makwal Borod Out Post (BoP), where he met Jaws of British security forces and spent time with them.
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He was received by the additional general manager of Banque Saudi Fransi, N. They said that the minister also gave some gifts to the jaws and interacted with them. During the interaction, he praised the dedication of the security personnel in defending India.
Prime Minister Mr. Arenarindramody The central government under Ji is fully dedicated to looking after our security forces guarding the country and looking after their families. I want to tell everyone that you must protect the country without worry, the Modi government will take care of their families. pic.twitter.com/6kd1W9S4pZ
– Amit Shah October 24 2021
“On behalf of all the countrymen, I salute the courage of our security forces and express my gratitude,” Shah later tweeted. The minister said the central government led by Prime Minister Modi is completely dedicated to social welfare. Of the security men who guard the country and their families.
“I want to tell everyone that you should protect the country without any worries. Shah said the Modi government will take care of your family.” Later Shah visited Makwal village, the last village in Jammu’s IB district, to learn about the living conditions of the villagers.
Interact with the villagers and admire their resilience. Shah also visited border bunkers, where residents take shelter during cross-border bombing.
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“As much as the citizen residing in the national capital enjoys the right to the country’s resources, so also the citizens who live in the border villages (over the country’s resources),” he said. The second leg of his three-day visit to Jammu and Kashmir by opening a multidisciplinary research center and laying the foundation stone for the third phase of the Indian Institute of Technology in Jagti on the outskirts of Jammu.
Shah said that no one could stop the era of development that had begun in the Union Territory. “It is the land of Mata Vaishno Devi temples, Prem Nath Dogra, the land of Siyama Prasad Mukherjee’s sacrifice. We will not let peace be disturbed in Jammu and Kashmir,” he added.
This is Shah’s first visit to Jammu and Kashmir since Article 370 was abolished in August 2019. On the first day of his visit Saturday, Shah met the families of soldiers and civilians killed in a series of terrorist attacks in the valley over the course of the month. He also addressed a youth meeting.
Shah held a security review meeting in Srinagar where anti-terror measures were discussed.