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Breaking News: Ministry of Home Affairs has reviewed the deployment of paramilitary in Jammu And Kashmir

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INDIA NEWS: Ministry of Home Affairs has reviewed the deployment of paramilitary in Jammu And Kashmir.

Revealing the news today ANI also said that they have  decided to withdraw about 100 companies of various para-military forces from the Union Territory.


The Union Home Ministry last year issued an order for withdrawing 72 companies of Central Armed Police Forces (CAPF) or paramilitary forces from newly-created Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir “with immediate effect”.

Of the 72 companies withdrawn, 24 are from the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) while 12 each are from the Border Security Force (BSF), the Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP), the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) and the Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB).

The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) order, issued on Monday, informed the Chief Secretary, Home Secretary and Director General of Police of Jammu and Kashmir that these security personnel are being withdrawn with “immediate effect”.

A copy of the order was also sent from the Ministry to Inspector Generals (Operations) of the CRPF, the BSF, the ITBP, the CISF and the SSB for necessary follow-up action, and also to CRPF”s Additional Director General and J&K in charge Zulfiquar Hasan.

“It is to intimate that the matter has further been reviewed in this Ministry. It has been decided to withdraw 72 Coys (companies) of CAPFs (CRPF-24, BSF-12, CISF-12 and SSB-12) with immediate effect from J&K and revert back to their respective locations,” reads a fax message issued by the Ministry.

The Home Ministry issued the order after the review of security situations in Jammu and Kashmir where these forces were deployed even before August 5 – the day the Centre announced abrogation of Article 370 of the Constitution, giving Jammu and Kashmir special status.

On August 5 2019, Union Home Minister Amit Shah had announced abrogation of Article 370 in Parliament and moved a Bill to bifurcate Jammu and Kashmir into two Union Territories – Jammu and Kashmir with an Assembly and Ladakh without one.

Pakistani terminology on Jammu and Kashmir which is anti-India stand exposed

More to this, Turkey has once again taken an anti-India stand on Kashmir, based on Pakistani lines, and the Turkish media has begun the use of new terminology for Jammu and Kashmir from August 5. It has started using the term “Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK)”–a term that was propped up by Pakistan.

On August 4, just a day before the first anniversary of the abrogation of articles 370 and 35-A, Pakistan asked its people to start using the term.

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