Union Home Minister Amit Shah is likely to visit Jammu and Kashmir this week to review the security situation in the wake of the Rajouri attacks.
Officials said that the visit is likely on January 13. “The Home Minister will review the security scenario during his visit and meet with the state police, Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF), intelligence agencies and defence officials,” a senior officer said.
He will visit Dhangri village in Rajouri district where two militants struck in the evening of January 1 killing seven civilians, two of them minors, and injuring 10 others.The Home Minister will meet family members of terror attack and other villagers at Dhangri.
He will return to New Delhi the same evening.