J&K gets additional force of 25,000, few days after deployment of 10,000 troops: Report

J&K gets additional force of 25,000

Jammu and Kashmir ( Jammu-Kashmir leaders of political parties to deploy 10 thousand additional troops) are already opposing it. Now the information of the deployment of 25 thousand soldiers has increased the discomfort of political parties.

On the other hand, the decision of the deployment of the additional soldiers has increased in the coming soon. However, Union Home Minister Amit Shah has not given any indication of this. But with the deployment of additional paramilitary forces in the valley this discussion has got the force. 281 companies reached JK

According to the information, 25 thousand jawans will be sent to Jammu and Kashmir. Earlier, the Narendra Modi government had ordered to send 100 companies to the Valley. Oral orders of sending additional paramilitary forces to the Valley have been issued. 281 companies of Central Armed Police Forces (CAPF) have reached Kashmir in the last 4 days. The Central Government had earlier decided to deploy 100 additional companies of security forces in the Kashmir Valley. 50 of the CRPF, 10 BSF, 30 of SSB, 10 ITBP companies were to be deployed.

Now there are speculations that the countdown to the removal of 35 A has started. The Modi government has issued an order to send additional companies to Jammu and Kashmir two days after returning from the Valley of National Security Advisor Ajit Doval.

Even in the manifesto of the Lok Sabha 2019 elections, the BJP had expressed its commitment to abolish Article 35A and 370 from Jammu and Kashmir. The Bharatiya Janata Party argues that apart from obstructing the integration of the state, the development of J&K is also being interrupted. This move by Modi Government seems to have stepped in this direction.

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