Signifiant Dip In Militant Recruitment In Kashmir: IGP Pani
Srinagar: Inspector General of Police Kashmir SP Pani on Tuesday said that there is a significant dip in militant recruitment in Jammu and Kashmir.
Addressing a joint presser along with KJS Dhillon, Corps Commander of Chinar Corps; Zulfkar Hassan of CRPF, Pani said: “We have not see any recruitment in the last three months. The families are playing a huge role. We would like to urge the families and the community in curtailing the militant recruitment,” he said.
Addressing the presser, KJS Dhillon said that the army in less than 100 hours of Pulwama attack has killed JeM leadership involved in the Pulwama attack.
He said that anyone who has picked up a gun will be killed.
Detailing the media on the Pulwama attack, Dhillon said: “The type of car bomb attack that took place in Pulwama on Feb 14, happened after a long time in Kashmir. We will keep all options open to deal with these kinds of attacks.”
Dhillon said that in Kashmiri society, mother has great role to play. “Through you, I would request the mothers of Kashmir to please request their sons who’ve joined militancy to surrender and get back to mainstream. Anyone who has picked up gun will be killed and eliminated, unless he surrenders.”
Meanwhile DG CRPF Zulfiquar Hasan said that the forces helpline-14411 has been helping Kashmiris across the country in wake of this attack.
“Lot of Kashmiri students have approached this helpline for help all over the country. All Kashmiri children studying outside have been taken care of by security forces.”
Hasan said that the Pulwama attack happened because of an IED laden civilian car. “The ROP had secured the highway. Now, SOP on civilian cars will be changed.”