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Top police, security officials to militants
‘Surrender will ensure safety, rehabilitation of youth’
KT NEWS SERVICE
SRINAGAR, Sep 11: Top security officials in Kashmir today appealed the youth who have joined militancy to shun the path of violence, assuring them that a surrender will ensure a safe passage and full support for rehabilitation.

The appeals were made by Inspector General of Police (IGP) Kashmir Zone Munir Khan, general officer commanding (GOC) Victor Force Major General B S Raju and Inspector General Operations CRPF Zulfiqar Hassan at a joint press conference here.

“Any militant whom we arrest or who surrenders, if he is not involved in heinous offences or heinous crimes, we are supposed to rehabilitate him and help him join the mainstream,” he said, adding that the government is very keen to rehabilitate the local youth who shun militancy.

The appeal was made after the surrender of a militant and an alleged over ground worker in south Kashmir during encounter.

The security officials said they will embrace militants with open arms and rehabilitate them when they will surrender and shun the path of violence.

"It is a clear message to others who have been lured into all this that if they come, we will receive them with open hearts,” IGP Munir Khan said.

As per police, a militant surrendered at Shopian while an Over Ground Worker at Khudwani in Kulgam during encounters.

Police said that Adil Hussain Dar surrendered during Shopian encounter, while Arif was asked to surrender during Kulgam operation.

CRPF Inspector General (IG) Z Hassan said that he wants to assure a safe future for the youth and make sure that they do not fall into prey to those who are misguiding them.

"I want to assure every person in the Valley that your future would be safe if you decide to get away from whoever is misguiding you," Hassan said.

Major General B S Raju said the Victor forces have been following this process of convincing the militants to surrender and appealed the parents to restrict their children from joining militants.


News Updated at : Tuesday, September 12, 2017
 
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