J&K govt announces rehabilitation of surrendered militants
Three days after taking over the reigns of Jammu and Kashmir, Chief Minister Mufti Mohmmad Sayeed on Wednesday announced that his government will rehabilitate surrendered and released militants in the state.
Jammu: Three days after taking over the reigns of Jammu and Kashmir, Chief Minister Mufti Mohmmad Sayeed on Wednesday announced that his government will rehabilitate surrendered and released militants in the state.
The Chief Minister asked Director General of Police K Rajendra to prepare a "comprehensive plan" for rehabilitation of surrendered and released militants, so that they are integrated into the mainstream of the society of the state.
The directions were passed by the Chief Minister in first-ever detailed review meeting with the DGP here after assuming office.
Mufti said these youth should be given a chance to settle down and lead a normal life as other citizens of the state and contribute to the society.
Stressing on the need of proper human resource utilisation, the Chief Minister urged the DGP to undertake a human resource mapping of the organisation by assigning right jobs for the right people, purely on performance basis.
He also underscored the need for constant training for jawans and officers to hone their professional skills.
Sayeed also instructed setting up of a helpline and distress call centres at various places outside the state for the people who are in need of help.
This, he said, would go a long way in giving people of the state particularly students a sense of confidence while they are studying or travelling.
The Chief Minister also advised the DGP to undertake on-the-spot recruitment process in the police particularly in areas which are under-represented in the department.
This, he said, would give the residents of these areas a sense of participation in the governance besides improving their representation in the force.