Former IAS Officer Shah Faesal may Become Advisor to the Lieutenant Governor of Jammu and Kashmir

Former IAS Officer Shah Faesal may Become Advisor to the Lieutenant Governor of Jammu and Kashmir




Jammu: Former IAS officer Shah Faesal may become an advisor to the Lieutenant Governor of Jammu and Kashmir. Shah Faesal, who topped the IAS exam in 2010, resigned from his post in January 2019 and formed the political party Jammu and Kashmir People’s Movement. He was detained from Delhi airport when he was on his way to Turkey after Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir on August 5, 2019.
 


Shah Faesal’s appointment comes when there has been an increase in terrorist activities in the Kashmir Valley, and seven civilians have been killed in terror incidents in the past. Four of them belong to the minority community. A few days ago, Basir Khan Ahmed was suddenly removed from the post of Advisor to the Lieutenant Governor. Shah Faesal came into the limelight when he topped the IAS exam in 2010. Shah Faesal is the first young man from Jammu and Kashmir to complete the IAS. He has served in many vital positions in Jammu and Kashmir. In 2019, he surprised everyone by suddenly announcing his resignation from the ISS and joining politics.


 
Shah Faesal formed a political party named Jammu and Kashmir People’s Movement. In protest against the killings in Kashmir, Shah Faesal resigned on January 9, 2019, saying that the central government was not working seriously to stop the massacre. At that time, it seemed that Shah Faesal would emerge as a prominent leader in Kashmir, but in August 2019, the government changed the politics of Jammu and Kashmir by converting Jammu and Kashmir into two union territories. 
 


The government detained many leaders and also imposed Public Safety Act on them. Shah Faesal had also left for Delhi at that time to visit Turkey. But he was taken into custody at the airport. Later, the Public Safety Act was imposed on him. After this, Shah Faesal suddenly announced to leave politics. Since then, there was speculation that the government might appoint him as an advisor to the Lieutenant Governor.
 

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