Kashmir Indepth

Shun violence to get two paradises: Governor Malik to militants

Srinagar, Jun 22 : Stating that Hurriyat leaders who once shut the doors for Ram Vilas Paswan in Kashmir are ready to hold deliberations with New Delhi, Governor Satya Pal Malik Saturday asked the youth who have picked up guns here to shun violence to get twin paradises.

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Addressing a gathering at SKICC, Governor Malik said that “We don’t feel happy when a youth (Militant) is being killed but we want them to return. However, the action against the forces will be reiterated. The youth (militants) are being befooled by saying that they will get paradise if they will be killed but the youth if return will get two paradise, one is Kashmir and if they live like practical Muslims then they will get the another as well,”

He also added that the militant recruitment in the Valley has almost stopped while as the stone pelting incidents especially after Friday prayers has also almost stopped.

“I feel happy that the temperature in the Valley has gone down as compared to what it was during my arrival in Kashmir. Today, Hurriyat who once closed their doors for Ram Vilas Paswan are ready for the talks with Government of India,” he added.

Governor further stated that Jammu and Kashmir can be the best State as it has its own paradise as well as the constitution. “There is a great communal harmony in Jammu and Kashmir. People here especially the younger generation has to be catered, if we put an end to their anger then the situation will be normalized,” he said.

He added that at least 22000 students are studying outside Kashmir at present and his administration had told the officers to visit them in their college premises for their assistance.

Meanwhile, Governor Malik praised Hurriyat Conference (M) Chairman and Jamia Masjid’s head cleric Mirwaiz Umar Farooq for raising his voice against the drug menace in the Valley.

He said drug addiction is the big menace in Jammu and Kashmir, asking the officials to educate the youth and play a pivotal role in putting an end to such menace.

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