SRINAGAR — Union Home Minister Amit Shah’s Jammu and Kashmir visit on October 1 and 2 has been postponed and he will now arrive on October 4, official sources told the news agency KNO.
A BJP leader privy to the development said that due to some engagements, the Union Home Minister’s J&K visit has been postponed. “Now he will arrive on October 4 on a two-day J&K visit,” he said, adding that Shah will visit Rajouri and address a rally there. He will also visit Baramulla and address a mega rally there.
Shah is also scheduled to make announcements about various welfare schemes for Paharis and Schedule Tribe people in Baramulla. He will also chair a high-level security meeting in Srinagar.
Shah was supposed to arrive in J&K on September 30. However, due to some engagements, his visit has been postponed and the same has been rescheduled to October 4 now.
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