Kashmiri youth Mazid Khan who joined LeT surrenders before BSF

 

Anantnag (Jammu & Kashmir) [India], Nov 17 (NT): A 20-year-old footballer from Jammu and Kahmir's Anantnag region who had connections with Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) recently, has surrendered before border security forces in Kashmir.

The 20-year-old Majid Khan, a brilliant student, and a talented footballer joined LeT last week.

Yesterday, Inspector General of Police Munir Khan informed that Pakistan recruits militants in Kashmir through using social media.

 Inspector Khan said, "Ruthless social media campaign has been started by Pakistan to draw in youth to join militancy."

Inspector Khan also informed that the Jammu and Kashmir government is also planning a new surrender policy for local Kashmiri militants.

"The government is very devoted to have a new surrender policy and has hunted Jammu and Kashmir police's suggestions. We are compiling our suggestions and will mail to the government," Khan said the media yesterday.

The purpose of recent Jammu and Kashmir rehabilitation policy is to put forward facility to those terrorists who undergo a change of heart and avoid the path of violence and who also accept the integrity of India and Indian Constitution to hearten them join the mainstream and lead a normal life and contribute towards richness and growth of the State as well as the country.

The surrendered people will be entitled to reimbursement only when legal action has been completed, court cases decided and the person has been marked innocent.  

 

 

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