Workshop for released militants in Baramullah
Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir police has organised a day-long workshop for 150 released militants in Baramulla district as part of efforts to draft a long term rehabilitation plan for them.
A team of counselors, social workers and doctors from the police drug de-addiction center interacted with the former militants yesterday during the event at District Police Lines, an official spokesman said.
The aim was to assess the psycho-social needs of the "affected population" and draft a plan for long term intervention, he said.
It was decided that the released militants will themselves identify areas where they need help of the police, he added.
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