SRINAGAR Apr 29: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Amit Shah has reached Jammu on Saturday on his two-day visit to discuss prevailing situation in Kashmir.
Shah is going to meet state cadre of the party and interact with the BJP ministers during his two day visit. Reportedly, he is discussing prevailing situation in valley besides affairs of alliance partners PDP-BJP.
It is also believed that the visit is of special significance due to the deteriorating security condition in the state and the prevalent tension between the coalition parties, the BJP and the PDP, after certain remarks were made by some BJP leaders and a minister.
Sources said that Shah will hold a conference with its party leaders and workers in which 200 to 300 people will take part, sources said.
Shah will also hold meetings with ministers and others during the day. “He will be meeting prominent citizens of Jammu region. A large number is expected to take part in the conclave in the evening,” he said. (PTK)