New Delhi July 12: Expressing satisfaction over the security arguments in the state of Jammu and Kashmir Minister of State for Home Affairs Hansraj Ahir said that security forces are fully prepared for handling any worst situation. Responding to the spontaneous reactions from fellow citizens Hansraj Ahir assured that armed forces are preparing to give a befitting reply to those behind the terror attack on Amarnath Yatra Pilgrims and no one would be spared for this heinous act.
Speaking to the media Ahir asserted that several measures have been taken to beef up security for the pilgrimage in wake of the terrorist attack and No vehicle without registration would be allowed for Amarnath Yatra. "Such incidents should not be repeated. Governor is reviewing this situation; CM Mehbooba is also supervising this” said Minister. He further asked Pilgrims have faith in the security measures for their yatra.
Commenting on the ground situation union minister Jitendra Singh congratulated the people of Jammu and Kashmir for the kind of resilience they have shown in the last 25 years. "Anything that happens in Kashmir finds echo across the country. People of the Valley want the guilty to be punished” said MoS. He further mentioned that common youth of Kashmir is keen to be a part of the development journey led by Prime Minister Modi.
The two Ministers also met the injured Yatries in the SKIMS hospital, before discussing the security situation in detail with the J&K Governor N N Vohra and J&K Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti. The Ministers then held a security review meeting with J&K Chief Secretary Bharat Bhushan Vyas, DG CRPF Rajeev Rai Bhatnagar and senior officers of CRPF, Army Commander, BSF and other security agencies, J&K Director General of Police and senior officers of the State Govt.