Beginning on September 30, Home Minister Amit Shah will spend three days in Jammu and Kashmir. Before launching the BJP’s election campaign, he would likely offer prayers at the Mata Vaishno Devi temple.
A top Home Ministry officer stated, “The Home Minister would be arriving in Jammu on September 30 and the same day is most likely going to attend for Mata darshan.”
Shah’s rallies in Jammu and Kashmir are being organized by BJP officials, who predict that he will declare reservations for the Pahari-speaking people.
On October 1, Mr. Shah will speak at a rally in Rajouri, in the Jammu area, and the following day, in Kupwara, in the Kashmir region.
“He would make reserves for the Pahari-speaking group, whose sizeable population is in the Jammu division’s Poonch, Rajouri, and Baramulla districts. During his next visit, Amit Shah would launch the BJP election campaign in Jammu and Kashmir, “A BJP leader who wished to remain unnamed added. Ghulam Ali Khatana, a leader in the Gujjar community, was recently nominated to the Rajya Sabha by the BJP administration.
Ravinder Raina, the leader of the BJP in Jammu and Kashmir, was born and raised in Rajouri. In 2014, he won the most recent assembly election from Nowshera.
Mr. Shah will meet with BJP leaders and members at the party office after his trip to Rajouri.
Sham Lal Chaudhry, a prominent BJP politician and minister in the BJP-Peoples Democratic Party coalition administration, stated that “there are many expectations and hopes of people throughout Kashmir from the BJP and the federal government.”
On October 2, Mr. Shah and Lt. Gov. Manoj Sinha will discuss the security situation. Another Home Ministry official stated that the anti-terror activities in the following winter months would be the main topic of discussion at this high-level gathering.