Home Minister and on paper BJP party chief , Amit Shah had been to Jammu & Kashmir to review the security measures in the state before the annual Amarnath Yatra begins. It was for the very first time in the last three decades that there had been no protests and strikes in the Himalayan state when a Union Minister made his visit to the state. During his two day visit to the state, Shah also held meetings with the deligates and officials and also visited the families of the BJP workers who died in the terror attack.

Shah also moved ahead with his motion of extending the President's rule in the state for six months as the assembly in the state has been dissolved. The President's rule would come into effect from July 3rd in the state. He also stated that the state will have it's assembly polls probably by the end of 2019. Amit Shah also emphasised the good works of his party in the state and also compared the positive changes that the state is enjoying presently due to his party's contribution.

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