Jammu and Kashmir Police: Government to have new comprehensive surrender policy

Posted November 17, 2017

"Our commitment to local militants is that they are welcome to join the mainstream and if during encounter they decide to give up, they will be given a chance", Khan said.

He said there is already a policy for those Kashmiris "who had crossed over to Pakistan and married there". He said that Atta was arrested in injured state and is presently hospitalized.

Brigadier Malik said that anti-militancy operations will continue "relentlessly".

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As the police and security agencies arrested three militants during an encounter at Kund area of South Kashmir, Kashmir Police Chief on Thursday said local militants should join the mainstream as they would be rehabilitated. "A militant and an army man were killed on the first day of the operation". "He could have died too", he said.

Parading before the media two of the militants arrested in Kulgam (the third was in hospital), Khan said, "We arrested, alive, three militants from the encounter site".

The two militants paraded before media were identified as Shams-ul-Viqar and Bilal Shaikh. "This operation was started on November 14 based on specific information about a big group of terrorists, a joint group of Lashkar-e-Toiba and Hizbul Mujahideen", he said.

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The statement of the official comes as the Jammu and Kashmir Police prepares its recommendations for a comprehensive rehabilitation policy for surrendering terrorists. We have apprehended three militants while one was killed on the very first day.

"A surrendered militant gets some 3 to 4 lakh rupees as a rehab package and a monthly stipend also", he said pleading anonymity.

The officer said that the youth in the age group of 15 years to 25 years were vulnerable to be exploited as they find it hard to differentiate between right and wrong.

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The IGP said that it was due to presence of militant commanders in south Kashmir that local youths were joining militant ranks. "I hope we will get the positive results", he said. "So the search operation is on", he said.