Situation In Kashmir Fast Returning To Normal: Special DG CRPF

A top CRPF officer today said the situation in Kashmir was fast returning to normal. Special Director General of CRPF, Jammu and Kashmir Zone, S N Shrivastava said the situation has witnessed a sea change as recruitment of local youths into militancy was declining along with stone-pelting incidents.

“I don’t want to give the number of active militants but positive action and good behavior have a very good impact on the overall situation in the valley which has improved a lot,” he told reporters.

“The situation (in Kashmir) has normalised to a large extent and we are hopeful that complete normalcy will return very soon,” Shrivastava said. He said security forces were moving in the right direction and “anything positive that will help normalise the situation will be done”. Read More…

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