More

    Rajnath Singh heads for Kashmir

    Must Read

    Covid 19 cases reached 11799 in Vadodara after 117 new cases on Wednesday

    Total 60 discharged from hospital taking the total to 9942 Covid 19 cases in...

    Digital Seva Setu to held in the next phase of Corona vigilance

    Guidance given by the Chief Secretary through video conference Chief Secretary of State Anil...

    VPA opposed goverment decision to waive 25% school fees

    Vadodara Parents Association opposed the government decision to waive 25 percent fees in private schools. They demand...

    Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Sunday left for Srinagar with the 28 member all party delegation intending to establish peace in the Kashmir Valley.

    “Heading to Srinagar with the All Party Delegation. We intend to talk to individuals and groups who want peace and normalcy in the Kashmir Valley,” Rajnath tweeted.

    Untitled
    The all party delegation will meet various local leaders during their two-day visit.

    The delegation will review the ground situation and explore ways and means to end the ongoing unrest that has paralysed normal life in the Valley for the last 58 days.

    Meanwhile authorities on Sunday lifted curfew and restrictions from the entire Kashmir Valley.

    Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti wrote letters to separatist leaders requesting them to meet the delegation.

    Seventy four people, 71 civilians and three local policemen were killed in clashes since July 9, a day after Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani was killed.

     

    LEAVE A REPLY

    Please enter your comment!
    Please enter your name here

    This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

    Latest News

    WhatsApp starts rolling out new storage UI to beta users

    WhatsApp has been working on new storage optimisations for its users. The storage section is revamped with...

    Digital Seva Setu to held in the next phase of Corona vigilance

    Guidance given by the Chief Secretary through video conference Chief Secretary of State Anil Mukim interacted with the Vadodara...

    VPA opposed goverment decision to waive 25% school fees

    Vadodara Parents Association opposed the government decision to waive 25 percent fees in private schools. They demand 50% of the fees to...

    WhatsApp starts rolling out new storage UI to beta users

    WhatsApp has been working on new storage optimisations for its users. The storage section is revamped with new features for better storage...

    Innovative birthday celebration in Vadodara on Wednesday

    Nearly 100 people plant saplings and celebrate birthday of their friend Lockdown taught us new ways to celebrate occasions...

    More Articles Like This

    - Advertisement -