Parents and relatives of two Kashmiri youths, sentenced for life by a court in West Bengal, staged a protest on Thursday and appealed to the governments of West Bengal and Jammu and Kashmir to save them.
Intelligence agencies have reported that Kashmiri youths, including former militants, from PoK and Pakistan are attempting to enter India via Nepal, Defence Minister A K Antony said.
Chief Minister Omar Abdullah said new initiatives for skill development have been taken to prepare youth for open job market.
Hurriyat hawk Syed Ali Shah Geelani on Monday claimed Kashmiri youths are thinking of a recourse to armed struggle.
Kashmiri Pandit youths on Wednesday threatened to
resort to a chain hunger strike here from January 28 if their
demands were not met.
The advisory was circulated among various police stations after the arrest of 2 Kashmiris.
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