1. Rajnath Singh has PM Narendra Modi’s message for Jammu and Kashmir Police personnel; what he said

Rajnath Singh has PM Narendra Modi’s message for Jammu and Kashmir Police personnel; what he said

The Home Minister also said that Centre has issued orders for bullet proof vehicles at all police stations in the state.

By: | Published: September 10, 2017 12:53 PM
Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh commended the Police personnel of Jammu and Kashmir on Sunday. (ANI Photo)

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh commended the Police personnel of Jammu and Kashmir on Sunday. Singh, while interacting with the J&K Police personnel in Anantnag, also said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has acknowledged the bravery of the police in the state. too “I have PM Narendra Modi’s message for you, he appreciated & acknowledged bravery and valour shown by you,” he said.

The Home Minister also said that Centre has issued orders for bullet proof vehicles at all police stations in the state. In his statement, he also said that funds have been released for bullet proof jackets for the jawans. “Our jawans should also get bullet proof jackets and fund for this has been released,” Singh said.

He also appealed everyone saying that they can approach him directly in the case of any grievances or complaints. He added that he is ready to talk to them and accept the gesture open heartedly. “Sabse appeal karunga kisi ko agar koi shikwa, shikayat hai to seedha hum se baatcheet karein, mai khule dil se baat karne ko tayyar hoon,” ANI quoted him as saying.

Home Minister said, “Iss dehshatgardi se Kashmir ko nijaat mil ke rahegi aur phir se humara Kashmir jannat ban ke rahega (we will find respite from this unrest and Kashmir will be heavenly place again).” He also assured that no power can stop us from doing this.

Rajnath Singh is on a four-day visit to Jammu and Kashmir in a bid to interact with delegations from different sections of the society. Singh, who arrived yesterday morning, said he had come with an open mind and was willing to meet anyone who helps the government find solutions to the state’s problems.

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