Profiling militants for rehabilitation: Omar
Srinagar, June 27: Chief Minister Omar Abdullah Monday said that profiling of released militants was being carried out to formulate a rehabilitation policy for them in consultation with the Union Home Ministry.
“My government has raised the issue with the Home Ministry that there is urgent need to devise a rehabilitation policy for the released militants. So in response to that they ordered a baseline (survey) to know how educated the militants are and what skill they possess,” Omar told reporters on the sidelines of a football match at Bakshi Stadium here.
Omar said once the information is available the policy will be worked out with the Center to give package to the released militants.
He said the profiling of the released militants has been a regular updating exercise to know their activities.
Omar said the government always tries to engage youth in productive activities. “It’s my government’s responsibility to create the infrastructure for their skill development so that they contribute to the society,” he said.
Omar said the government is trying to help youth with whatever resources available.
Police have started an intensive exercise of profiling released militants in some areas of north Kashmir. It has issued detailed profiling forms carrying 25 queries in Baramulla, Sopore and Rafiabad areas.
The form asks released militants to give their details like code name (when he was active), residence, present occupation, Tanzeem (outfit), date of exfiltration, date of infiltration, recovery, FIR numbers, date of arrest and release, economic status and phone number.
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