Sad news emerged from Jammu and Kashmir. In fact, former Governor Jagmohan Malhotra passed away on Monday (May 4). Malhotra, 94, was lying ill for a few days, after which he breathed his last in Delhi.
He served as the governor of Jammu and Kashmir twice
Aside from being the Governor of Jammu and Kashmir, Jagmohan was also the Minister of Federation. He was also the Deputy Governor of Delhi and Goa. Jagmohan was also elected as Lok Sabha. He also held the position of Minister of Urban Development and Tourism. He served as the governor of Jammu and Kashmir twice. He held this position from 1984 to 1989 and again from January to May in 1990. Jagmohan Malhotra, who left an imprint in Delhi as a strict bureaucrat, entered politics later. He also became a minister in the government of Atal Bihari Vajpayee.
Amit Shah started a communication campaign with Jagmohan
It is noteworthy that when the BJP began the communication campaign after the removal of Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir, Amit Shah and GB Nada, the current chairman of the BJP, had arrived at their home in Chanakyapuri to meet the former governor of Jammu and Kashmir Jagmohan Malhotra. The contact campaign began with Amit Shah’s meeting with Jagmohan. Jagmohan was first sent by the Congress government in 1984 as governor. During the first rounds, he remained the ruler until June 1989. Then VP Singh Sarkar sent him again as governor in January 1990. He held this position until May 1990.
To make tough decisions
While he was governor, Jagmohan made a number of difficult decisions in the valley. Establish a strategy for the operation against terrorists. The Kashmiri Pandits also tried to stop the atrocities. However, he also faced significant opposition from local leaders. In 2004, Aaron Shuri said, “It is Jagmohan who saved the valley for India.” He gradually re-established state authority and turned away from terrorists. “