MHA Okays JK’s Rehabilitation Policy For Militants

Ministry for Home Ministry of India has said that on their advise, the Jammu Kashmir Government on November 23, 2017 had announced an Amnesty scheme for students and youth who were involved in incidents of stone-pelting for the first time.

“Under this scheme nearly 3,685 students have got relief so far. More than 9,000 students are likely to be covered under this scheme,” said an official.

The official said that this humanitarian step has been aimed at giving such youth/students another chance to rebuild their career without any stress of being labeled as criminals for the rest of their lives. Read More…

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