Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Sunday paid tribute to the policemen who sacrificed their lives in the line of duty.
The 54-year-old stalwart laid wreath at National Police Memorial located in New Delhi’s Chanakyapuri area.
Shortly after taking charge, Union Home Minister Amit Shah held a meeting with top officials of the ministry, followed by a call on him by Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satyapal Malik.
The commemoration in Central Delhi’s Chanakyapuri is spread over 6.12 section of land and has a 30-foot-tall focal figure made of rock, a historical center and a “Wall of Valour” with the names of policemen who have given their lives on duty since Independence.
Amit Shah’s office, the Home Ministry, involves major responsibilities towards numerous aspects of interior security, in addition to taking several decisional roles regarding neighbouring nations, particularly Pakistan.
As a Home Minister Shah has to face the unrest condition of Jammu and Kashmir, which is a boiling pot of unrest and is currently under President’s Rule, could be the greatest test before the new Union Home Minister.
Amid Election season, Amit Shah had guaranteed voters that Modi-driven BJP would discontinue Article 35A of the Constitution.
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He likewise required the discontinuation of Article 370, which permits the expression of a different flag and constitution for the territory.
Another challenge would be handling the complications arising out of introducing the National Register of Citizens (NRC) in Assam.