Tourism Booms in Kashmir: Positive Development Post Article 370 Removal, Claims Amit Shah
During the 76th Raising Day celebrations of the Delhi Police, Amit Shah claimed that the development that had taken place in Kashmir post the abrogation of Article 370 of the Constitution of India had led to an increase in tourism in the region. He further stated that India’s law and order and safety had seen positive development since 2014.
According to him, every day in Kashmir used to be a place for protests, stone pelting, and revolution, but now it is filled with tourists.
Shah also expressed his pride in being a part of a legacy of more than 75 years, and he appreciated the work of the Delhi Police since independence. He further said that the instances of leftist politics and extremism have considerably decreased.
In addition, Shah announced that the government is going to bring changes to all three laws of IPC, CRPC, and Evidence Act. He added that the government has launched a trial in Delhi Police and is going to make it mandatory for police personnel to visit the forensic team for every crime with a punishment of more than 6 years.
Meanwhile, Shah urged all citizens of Tripura to turn out in large numbers to cast their votes as the Northeast state is currently polling for its 60-member legislative assembly.