Jitendra Singh slams Pakistan as truck loaded with arms seized in Kashmir
   Date :13-Sep-2019

 Police personnel show three suspected JeM terrorists, who were arrested after recovery of a huge load of arms and ammunition from a Kashmir-bound truck, in Kathua, Jammu on Thursday. (PTI)
UNION Minister Jitendra Singh on Thursday slammed Pakistan after a truck loaded with arms and ammunition was seized from Kathua district of Jammu and Kashmir. A truck carrying arms and ammunition was seized from the Kathua region of J&K on Thursday by security forces. Sridhar Patil, Superintendent of Police, Kathua said: “A truck carrying arms and ammunition has been recovered in Kathua.” Taking to Twitter, Singh criticised Pakistan for continuing to ‘sponsor’ terrorism.
“Pakistan sponsored terror continues to be up to mischief. According to SSP Kathua (Jammu & Kashmir): A truck carrying arms and ammunition has been recovered in Kathua, more details are awaited,” Singh tweeted. CRPF DG discusses Jammu and Kashmir situation with Home Secretary: CENTRAL Reserve Police Force (CRPF) DG R R Bhatnagar on Thursday met Home Secretary AK Bhalla at Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) in the national capital and discussed about the current situation in J&K. Additional Secretary In-charge Kashmir (Division) was also present during the meeting. MHA sources told ANI that CRPF DG meeting with the Home secretary was a routine meeting, however, the current situation in Jammu and Kashmir was also discussed.
The sources said that the CRPF DG briefed Home secretary about the current situation of Kashmir including about the large scale of CRPF deployment in the valley to counter insurgency and maintain law and order situation. The situation in Jammu and Kashmir is being closely monitored by the Central Government since the abrogation of Article 370. All landlines have been restored in Jammu and Kashmir along with postpaid mobiles in Kupwara and surrounding areas.