MHA Advises J-K Police To Withdraw Cases Against First Time Stone-Pelters

In a significant development, the Home Ministry has advised the state government to withdraw cases against first time offenders. The government announced the amnesty for the stone-pelters in Kashmir Valley.

Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) wants to provide another chance to the youngsters in the Valley. The decision comes as a good will gesture.

According to an internal note accessed by India Today, “In the prevailing circumstances, (the misguided youth) need a chance to rebuild their career and participate in job opportunities rather than being labeled as criminals all their lives.” Read More…

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