Amit Shah reaches Jammu; inaugurates new campus of IIT

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Officials said the new IIT-Jammu campus, built with Rs 210 crores, all amenities such as dormitory, gym, home games, and college education for students.

Under tight security, Union Interior Minister Amit Shah arrived and opened a new Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) campus in Jammu, officials said.

According to them, the Shah, accompanied by Union Ministers Jitendra Singh and Dharmendra Pradhan, as well as Vice Governor of Jammu and Kashmir Manoja Sinha, arrived at Jammu Airport from Srinagar and began his commitments with the opening of the new IIT Jammu campus.

The Shah is on a three-day visit to Jammu and Kashmir, his first visit after the Center revoked the special status of the former state and split it into union territories on August 5, 2019.

Officials said the new IIT-Jammu campus, built with Rs 210 crores, all amenities such as dormitory, gym, home games, and college education for students.

Following the opening of the new IIT-Jammu Shah campus, he arrived in the Bhagwati Nagar area to speak at the rally.

Heavy rains hit Jammu on Saturday, casting a shadow over a planned public meeting of the Union Interior Minister. However, as the weather improved, the local BJP unit and administration worked overnight to ensure the rally was a success.

Police and paramilitaries were deployed in and around the venue.

The Shah arrived at the rally to thunderous applause and slogans from the participants, who arrived in large numbers to listen to the Minister of Internal Affairs.

A spokesperson for IIT-Jammu said: “It is a state-of-the-art research facility serving students of various specialties. It is for research and development. ”

This story was published from the news agency tape without text changes.

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