After Majid Khan, Another Militant Returns To Family In J-K


A Kashmiri youth who had joined a terrorist group has surrendered before the security forces and returned to his family.

“A young boy who had earlier joined terrorist ranks has come back to the mainstream in south Kashmir and left the path of violence and destruction,” Jammu and Kashmir Director General of Police (DGP) S.P. Vaid said during a press conference here on Monday.

The report of the youth’s return came two months after 20-year-old Majid Khan, hailing from Jammu and Kashmir’s Anantnag area, had surrendered before security forces in Kashmir and reconnected with the family and his passion, football.

To encourage more such youths to join the mainstream, the state government is formulating a new surrender policy to “get positive results in the near future”. Read More…

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