Srinagar, Oct 05: Union Home Minister Amit Shah handed over appointment letters to the kin of four Jammu and Kashmir Police personnel who were killed in militant-related incidents in Kashmir.
The home minister shared photos on Twitter of his meeting with the relatives of the police personnel killed by militants in the Kashmir valley.
“Met the family members of the Jammu and Kashmir Police personnel who were killed while fighting against militants and handed over appointment letters to the kin of four such martyrs,” Shah in a tweet said and lauded the Jammu and Kashmir Police’s efforts in fighting against militancy and said the entire country salutes their sacrifice.
According to officials, the families were given job letters by the home minister at the Raj Bhavan here on Tuesday late evening.
Notably, the HM is on a three-day tour of J&K starting Monday. On Tuesday, he visited Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine at Katra and also addressed a public rally in Rajouri following which he reached Srinagar.