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Aggrieved CRPF ready to help Kashmiris
2/19/2019 11:39:53 PM
Early Times Report
srinagar, Feb 19: While CRPF personnel are in grief after they lost their forty colleagues in a suicide attack in Pulwama, the men of the central police organization are extending all help to the Kashmiri people during the tough times.
IG CRPF operations, Zulfikar Hassan said, "Our helpline 14411 has been helping Kashmiris across the country in wake of the attack."
Lot of Kashmiri students have approached this helpline for help all over the country and their issues have been taken care of by security forces. "There are some people who sought help related to accommodation and or any harassment. We provided them all possible help. We received phone calls from all parts of country from Kashmiris," an official said.
Before this incident, the official said that they received calls on its helpline pertaining to domestic violence, eve-teasing, harassment to Kashmiris outside the state, seeking information about admissions, recruitments, study material, family disputes, career counseling, medical assistance, sports equipment, and administrative issues- electricity, water, roads, transport services, and other day to day problems.
The official said in 2017, the CRPF received a call from a youth from Kupwara that he was being "harassed" by anti social elements in Gurugram Haryana. Acting on the complaint, the CRPF official said that they contacted northern sector and the "victim was provided immediate help and action taken against miscreants with the help of local police".
The official said CRPF once received a call from a girl that a boy was "calling and misbehaving". Following which, the CRPF contacted the caller and warned him of "strict action" if he again calls the girl. Following which he stopped calling to the girl.
The official said that the response has been "good and encouraging" since the launch of the helpline and would be continue. "This helpline is not only for Kashmiris living in Kashmir but also for Kashmiris staying anywhere across the country as the CRPF is the all India force," he said.
He said that it was launched to address the day to day problems of people in the valley. "People should not feel reluctant to seek any assistance from the CRPF," he said.
He said people can talk in any language to seek assistance on the helpline.
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