P Chidambaram to chair UHQ meeting on Feb 17
Rehabilitation Policy, Zahid’s Killing On Agenda
GK NEWS NETWORK
Jammu, Feb 13: Amid suspension of two BSF troopers, including a commandant, Union Home Minister P Chidambaram is likely to chair the Unified Command Headquarters meeting here on February 17.
“The meeting besides reviewing the security situation would also discuss rehabilitation policy proposed by the state government,” sources told Greater Kashmir on Saturday.
It was reliably learnt that the Home Minister is expected to direct the security and intelligence agencies to coordinate with the state police so as to prepare a data on the youth, who crossed over to Pakistan administered Kashmir (PaK) during past 20-years. “The state government is looking forward to prepare a data so that the proposed rehabilitation policy can be finalized”, they said adding, “The state police will be conducting the survey with the help of intelligence agencies.”
Plans of modernisation of the police force and recent killings by troopers in Srinagar are also on the agenda, sources added.
The Unified Command’s meeting would discuss contours of rehabilitation policy after taking into consideration the number of militants in PaK camps, latest intelligence inputs, screening set up and modalities for their return.
Sources revealed that the matter regarding the involvement of paramilitary BSF in the murder of Nishat teenager, Zahid Farooq, would also be discussed in the meeting.
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