Home Minister Amit Shah welcomes J & K police for combating terrorism

Srinagar: Home Minister Amit Shah met the family members of the murdered J & K police inspector on his first visit to Jammu and Kashmir on Thursday.
The Minister of the Interior consoled the surviving family of the late Arshad Khan.
Shah gave his wife a letter of appointment for a post in the state government after arriving at the residence of the Assassinated Station Officer (SHO) in Balgarden.
Khan was injured during a Fidayeen attack on KP Road in Anantnag on June 12. Although he was immediately transferred to the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), he succumbed to his injuries.
Shah praised the work of J & K Police in combating terrorism and militancy and called for the provincial government to appropriately commemorate the martyrdom of its hometown / village police every year.
Shah said, “Prominent public places should also be named after martyred policemen.”
The Home Secretary also distributed checks to families of BJP workers who were killed by terrorists in the state.

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