New Delhi: In Jammu and Kashmir After the threat of terrorist attacks, the Government's Advisory Following situations are stressful. On Sunday night, Internet and mobile services were banned in many areas including Srinagar. Section 144 has been imposed in Srinagar. Omar Abdullah and Mehbooba Mufti claimed that they were interned in their house.
Meanwhile, there is news that cable TV has been closed in Srinagar. No leader is allowed to rally. On the question of strictness on the leaders, the Home Ministry has said that all this has been done in the light of security. However, no leader has been arrested on the house. Meanwhile, all the schools and colleges in Jammu, as well as in some offices have also been released for safety purposes. The examination of all the schools college going to be held on Monday in Kashmir has been extended.
Earlier on Sunday evening there was an all-party meeting in Srinagar. All the parties of the valley (BJP, Congress) participated in this. After this meeting, Farooq Abdullah said, people are scared in the valley. He said – The Central Government should not do any such work, which will cause tension here.
Farooq Abdullah Bole on the deployment of the army – the people of the valley are scared, never seen before
On the latest situation of Jammu Kashmir, Governor Satyapal Malik also convened an emergency meeting. It was attended by all the top officials of the state. Schools and colleges have been closed in other districts besides Jammu and Kashmir. In Jammu area, 40 companies of security forces have been deployed.
Sushma Chauhan, Deputy Commissioner, Jammu: All schools, colleges, and academic institutions, both private and government, are advised to remain closed as a measure of caution. #JammuKashmir pic.twitter.com/5BZGyuitB5
– ANI (@ANI) August 4, 2019
Shashi Tharoor tweeted in support of Kashmiri leaders
What is happening at this time in Kashmir. Why is the leaders being arrested in midnight in Kashmir? If Kashmiri is our citizen then the leaders of that are our partners. It is time to stand today with the political leaders of Kashmir. Omar Abdullah, you are not alone. Every citizen of India who trusts democracy is with you.
You are not alone @OmarAbdullah. Every Indian democrat will stand with the mainstream leaders in Kashmir as you face your country. Parliament is still in session & our voices will not be stilled @INCIndia https://t.co/QqGa4EgrP3
– Shashi Tharoor (@ShashiTharoor) August 4, 2019
Here, between the tense situation in the valley, the central cabinet meeting will be held in Delhi on Monday. This meeting is possible from 9.30 am in the morning. In this meeting, the situation of Jammu and Kashmir can also be discussed. According to sources, after the conclusion of Parliament session, Union Home Minister Amit Shah can visit Kashmir. Here, political parties in the Valley say that there is an atmosphere of fear in the wake of the deployment of additional forces in Jammu and Kashmir.
Amit Shah held a meeting with Ajit Darbhal
Earlier on Sunday, the Union Home Minister chaired a high-level security meeting between the growing tension in Jammu and Kashmir on Sunday. Deployment of a large number of security forces in the state has given rise to fears and tensions. The meeting was attended by National Security Advisor Ajit Doval, Home Secretary Rajiv Gauba, Head of Intelligence Bureau (IB) Arvind Kumar, Principal of Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) Samant Kumar Goel and senior officials of the Home Ministry.
Additional Secretary (Jammu and Kashmir Division), Dnyanesh Kumar, separately informed the Home Minister about the situation of the Kashmir Valley separately. Sources said that the Union Minister discussed internal security and the situation of Jammu and Kashmir, where the Amarnath Yatra has been canceled after fear of terrorist attacks.
The government has issued advocacy saying that all the tourists and pilgrims leave the state as soon as possible. Sources said that Shah discussed the conspiracy of attacking the Amarnath yatra by Pakistan-backed terrorists and preparing to deal with these terrorist attacks. Shah discussed in the meeting.