Jammu and Kashmir: Shah and Sinha remove bullet proof glass shields from stage, Home Minister – Remove all fears from your heart

News Desk, Amar Ujala, Jammu

Published by: Charisma Chib
Monday, 25 October 2021 04:38 PM Updated to IST


Amit Shah removes bullet proof glass shield while addressing a public meeting in Kashmir. He called for the removal of all kinds of fears from the hearts of the people.

Amit Shah at a public meeting in Srinagar

Amit Shah at a public meeting in Srinagar
– Photo: Amar Ujala

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Union Home Minister Amit Shah addressed a public meeting in Srinagar on Monday, the third and last day of his visit to Jammu and Kashmir. He started several projects in Srinagar. In a public meeting, the Union Home Minister removed the bullet proof glass shield set up for his safety and said that he wanted to speak to you publicly. After that, the people there chanted slogans in support of the BJP. Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha removed the bullet proof glass shield from the stage in Srinagar before addressing a public meeting on the occasion.

Amit Shah said that I will talk about development later today but I assure everyone to remove fear from their hearts. No one can stop the peace and development drive in Kashmir now. Today I have come to ask the Kashmir youth, what good have those who threw stones at your hands done to you?

The Home Minister said that 40,000 people had died in the valley during the 70-year rule, but the opposition has not yet condemned terrorism. Now those who disturb the peace will be punished. Some want to disrupt the development of Kashmir. Such people can never succeed.

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Those who talk about Pakistani want the youth here to be unemployed and they should be stoned. It continues his politics. Those holding stones and weapons in your hands questioned why it did not develop here. Those people will only talk to you about Pakistan. Today, every household in Kashmir has access to water and electricity.



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