Five ‘Stone Pelters’ Surrender In Baramulla

KL Report

SRINAGAR

Five youth who were wanted by Baramulla police Friday surrendered in front of the Station House Officer (SHO) Baramulla. Police said that the there are many cases registered against the said youth regarding stone pelting and breaching law and order.

“Five stone pelters surrendered today who were wanted in a number of cases,” SHO Baramulla, Masrat Ahmad Mir told Kashmir Life. He added that the said youth were wanted in stone pelting cases. Mir further said that the surrendered “stone pelters” will be provided every possible help because “they have finally changed their mind. “However, the law will take its own course,” Mir concluded.

Baramulla is a very volatile town of north Kashmir where anti- India protests are an order of the day. Police sources informed Kashmir Life that it has formed a “long term strategy” to get rid of day today anti-India protests. They added that pressurizing youth involved in the protests is a part of the policy.

“The surrender of five youth is a result of that pressure which has been increased manifold,” sources said.

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