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Police seems serious on HM's directives
9/19/2017 10:38:57 PM
Early Times Report
Jammu, Sept 19: The home minister's directive to the state police and the government to neither use excessive force nor act hard against the youth who are below 18-yr has started hitting the ground.
In a first major reaction, the state police chief DGP SP Vaid has said that the police will not fire at militants during encounter will be given the chance to surrender. The statement comes days after a terrorist or hardcore OGW surrendered before the police in Valley.
"We have now taking the advantageous position against the terrorists. Now, we are trying to wean away the terrorists or their supporter by taking a sympathetic view of the first timers or those who want to change the course of their life.," said the top official.
Sources said that the terrorists who have surrendered or are willing to surrender will be giving special treatment to become part of the society and then we can showcase them to the people of the valley how the Modi government with assistance and cooperation of the Mehbooba government is sympathetic to the ordinary Kashmiri people.
"Home minister during his review meeting was told that how the situation was at the ground and how it is being pulled up further for more normacly. It's then that the home minister made and intervention and asked the forces to adopt a humane face also along with acting tough against terrorism. It's then that the policy started hitting the ground, and the first reflection was the surrender of the terrorist just a few days back," said the sources.
The sources said that with the increased high precision intelligence which is resulting in the highly successive counter insurgency operation the same is being used to get same specific intelligence about terrorists or their sympathisers who are keen to surrender or on the borderline case and we are cashing it on that .
"Our plan to build extensive pressure on the terrorists has succeeded in the elimination of top terrorists and forced them to run away and now this pressuring is bringing cracks within the terrorists outfits and we are planning to cash on that," said the top official.
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