CPA Recommends Centre To Demilitarize Valley

KL Report

SRINAGAR

Urging upon the government of India to start immediate talks with all sections in Jammu and Kashmir for a just and peaceful resolution, Centre for Policy Analysis New Delhi has recommended to the government of India to release all the political prisoners in Kashmir and rehabilitate all the widows and half widows along with the employment schemes for them as well.

In its scores of recommendations to the government of India, the CPA headed by noted journalist and social activist has said that the process of demilitarization in Kashmir should be started without any delay while as the government must withdraw AFSPA, PSA and other draconian laws.

The important recommendations made by CPA includes resettlement of Kashmiri Pandits, fast track courts, setting up hospitals for women to treat both physical and mental ailments in Srinagar and other towns of Jammu and Kashmir, initiation of judicial enquiries in all major encounters and deaths in police firing in the last three years, launching of special recruitment drives for Navratna public sectors for the youth of the Valley, earmarking of seats for students of the Valley in All India Entrance examinations conducted by CBSE for Medical colleges and IIT JEEs etc and appointment of a permanent high powered committee of Parliamentarians to oversee Kashmir and the implementation of the recommendations as a first step.

The CPA has recommended that an impartial judicial commission should be set up to probe into the deaths of the 112 youths killed in 2010. “The report should be time bound, with government action against the guilty to be taken within a fixed time frame.

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