Home Minister Amit Shah on Saturday said delimitation would be done in Jammu and Kashmir, which would be followed by elections, and eventually statehood would be restored.
Speaking in Srinagar on Saturday, he said, “Democracy should not suffer. People say stop delimitation, why should delimitation be stopped?”
“Nothing is going to stop in Kashmir now. Youth of Kashmir should get all opportunities…”
“…delimitation would happen, after delimitation elections would happen, and after that statehood status would also be given, I have said so in parliament and this is the roadmap,” he said.
Shah also said that he was here to make friends with the youth. “I am here to make friends with the youth,” he said, urging them to join the union government in developing J&K.
Shah is on a three-day visit to J&K, and he also reviewed security in the Kashmir valley today. The visit comes in the backdrop of a number of civilians being killed in Kashmir by terrorists.