Because Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government cannot be a part of ethnic cleansing, minorities will be relocated to a safer location rather than out of the Kashmir valley. This decision was made in response to demands from Kashmiri Pandits who wanted to be relocated out of Kashmir following a spate of targeted killings aimed primarily at the minority community and non-locals.
During a series of meetings at the North Block on Friday, central intelligence agencies once again blamed Pakistan for the escalating violence in the Kashmir valley.
“The level of violence in Kashmir may have increased, but it is not jihad. Some desperate elements are doing it “According to a senior government official, perpetrators of violence are sitting across the border in Pakistan.
Officials also told Mr Shah that there is no evidence of Taliban presence in the Kashmir valley. This is significant because the Narendra Modi government only recently began talks with the Taliban.
Three rounds of meetings were held earlier in the day in the North Block. In the first round, intelligence heads from both internal and external agencies briefed the Home Minister on the steps being taken to break the cycle of violence, including Director of the Intelligence Bureau Arvind Kumar and Chief of Research and Analysis Wing Samant Goel, as well as Lieutenant Governor of Jammu and Kashmir Manoj Sinha and Director General of Police Dilbagh Singh.
It was decided unanimously that Kashmiri Pandits would be relocated to safer areas, but not outside of Kashmir. “The Centre cannot take part in any ethnic cleansing. This government believes in a multi-cultural society “a senior officer was added
According to him, intelligence intercepted chatter indicates that Pakistan has plans to push the graph even further, which is why new infiltration attempts are being made.
In fact, the second round of the meeting was entirely focused on the safety of the Amarnath yatra.
“We’re getting a lot of information about the yatra. In fact, the Resistance Front (TRF) has stated openly that they will allow the yatra to continue peacefully “another official stated