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Aug 28, 2018
10:40AM

Marked decrease in local youths joining militancy in Kashmir: DGP

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Jammu and Kashmir police chief SP Vaid has said that there has been a drastic decrease in the number of local youths joining militancy this month in Kashmir. He said this is result of the efforts of the Police Department to engage the youth. 

Talking to media persons in Kathua yesterday, Dr Vaid also said that there have been a marked improvement in the security situation in Kashmir. Replying to a question about the arrest of four newly recruited Al-Badr terrorists, the DGP said "four lives and four families have been saved from tragedy.

Dr Vaid also congratulated international wushu player of J&K, Surya Bhanu Pratap Singh, who won a bronze medal in the ongoing Asian Games. Singh is employed with the Jammu and Kashmir police.

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