Centre offers new ‘policy’ for Kashmir youth willing to give up arms


In a bid to encourage gun-wielding youth in Kashmir to lay down their arms and return to their families, the government of India has rolled out a youth-friendly policy that promises amnesty from prosecution for local militants who would shun the path of militancy, officials said on Sunday.

The policy, according to an official, is the brainchild of the National Security Council (NSC) in New Delhi and lays special emphasis on “providing a gun-wielding local youth every chance to return and live a peaceful life”.

The top official, privy to the policy titled “re-integration policy for the misguided youth”, said it guarantees amnesty from prosecution for local militants giving up arms. Read More

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