Union Minister Jitendra Singh on Thursday had a discourse with Jammu and Kashmir Governor's Advisor K Vijay Kumar and state police boss Dilbag Singh on the present circumstance in the state just as the game plans for the prospective Amarnath yatra.
"The Center is resolved to guarantee episode free Amarnath Yatra. Like last time, this time also there will be zero resistance towards fear based oppression," he said.
Vijay Kumar and Dilbag Singh had approached the Minister of State in the Prime Minister's Office here.
"Talked about the present circumstance in the state just as courses of action for the imminent Amarnath yatra," the pastor later said. The 46-day-long yatra to the Amarnath cavern sanctum in south Kashmir Himalayas will start on July 1, the day of 'Masik Shivratri', and finish up on August 15, the day of 'Shravan Purnima'.
Over 1.10 lakh enthusiasts have so far enlisted for the yearly journey.
Association Home Minister Amit Shah was on Tuesday given a point by point introduction on the circumstance in Jammu and Kashmir. He was additionally told about the security courses of action being made for the yatra.
Jammu and Kashmir police boss Dilbag Singh had on Monday called for reinforcing security along the Indo-Pak fringe in front of the yatra.