Doval is said to have informed Shah that the Army is rejuvenated after a month-long ceasefire and is ready to take on the militants
The Hush Post: Before the BJP announced to quit the coalition with the PDP in Jammu & Kashmir, BJP national president Amit Shah had had a meeting with National Security Advisor (NSA) Ajit Doval on Tuesday morning.
It is reported that Doval briefed Shah about the prevailing situation in J&K and acquainted him about the measures taken to deal with the militants. Doval told the BJP chief that a roadmap has been prepared to take a large-scale action against the terrorists, reported Aajtak.
Doval is said to have informed Shah that the Army is rejuvenated after a month-long ceasefire and is ready to take on the militants. He told Shah that efforts are on to establish a connect with the locals with the help of interlocutors so as to gain their confidence, said media reports.
Later, Shah also met ministers who were part of the PDP-led coalition government and senior party leaders from the state and discussed the political scenario with them. If sources are to be believed, Amit Shah wants to hear all his party members from J&K before the Home Ministry and the Defence Ministry initiate any specific action related to the Kashmir problem.
Ceasefire during Ramzan was reviewed by PM and Rajnath Singh
It is pertinent to note that Prime Minister Narendra Modi had recently chaired a high-level meeting with Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on the security situation in Jammu & Kashmir. The period of the ceasefire during the month of Ramzan was reviewed during the meeting. It is reported Rajnath Singh had briefed the Prime Minister about the killing of journalist Shujaat Bukhari among others in the valley during the meet. More than 55 terrorists and around 27 locals have been killed in the valley this year.