New Delhi: Amid uproar in Parliament over separatist leader Masarat Alam's release from Baramulla jail, Jammu and Kashmir Deputy Chief Minister Nirmal Singh on Tuesday met BJP president Amit Shah in the national capital to discuss the future coarse of action.
While speaking to ANI, Nirmal Singh said that discussions were held over different issues in J&K.
“J&K ke baare mein vibhin paksh ke upar baat-cheet hui. Issi ke liye hum aaye the,” he was quoted as saying by ANI.
According to reports, BJP leader Ram Madhav also attended the meeting.
Meanwhile, Home Minister Rajnath Singh issued a statement today that India's security is the priority for the BJP, not its alliance with PDP in J&K.
Talking to reporters, Singh reiterated that he was not satisfied with the report of the J&K government on the release of Alam.
His remarks come a day after the Prime Minister made it clear in Parliament that release of separatist leader Masarat Alam was not acceptable and that the government won't tolerate any compromise with the nation's integrity.
"My government will not compromise with national security at any cost. I will only make only one statement as of now. For us, government is not the priority but the country is priority and it is topmost," he said.
(With PTI inputs)