Amit Shah said by bringing change in the status of Ladakh and enhancing the budget allocation, all-round development of the region has been ensured.
Union Minister for Petroleum and Natural Gas Dharmendra Pradhan and BJP MP from Ladakh Jamyang Tsering Namgyal were present during the launch.
The meeting was called by the government and moderated by Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pralhad Joshi and Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs Arjun Meghwal.
Singing paean to Home Minister Amit Shah, Modi said Shah is also 'Hanuman to Narendra Modi' and the 'Chanakya of politics'.
The BJP-led NDA government had introduced the bill in its previous tenure as well but could not push it through due to vehement protests by opposition parties.
Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Friday called for “effective and decisive action” against urban Naxals as well as terrorists operating in Jammu and Kashmir.
Amit Shah said the order has yet again reaffirmed the Narendra Modi government's credentials as a government which is transparent and corruption-free.
Shah also took a dig at the Congress over its allegations that the President's Rule was imposed in a hurry and its ally NCP was not given enough time to show the majority.
The BJP is facing a peculiar situation in Karnataka where many of its own workers and ticket hopefuls are apprehensive of being shunned in the move to 'reward' the rebel MLAs.
VHP spokesperson Sharad Sharma on Wednesday here also reiterated the outfit's hope that the trust would build a grand temple as per the design prepared by the Ramjanmabhoomi Nyas.
Sources said various permutations and combinations to balance caste, regional and gender and give the cabinet a wider representation of all sections was discussed at the meeting.
Shah said the teaching of Guru Nanak Dev always inspires everyone to remove discrimination from human race.
The Congress leader alleged that the Union Home Minister is responsible for ‘the breakdown of constitutional machinery in Karnataka’.
In a series of tweets, Shah appealed to all communities and religions to accept the decision of the apex court.
The home minister also spoke to a few chief ministers to take stock of the situation in their states and asked them to ensure that police and the administration remain alert.