Just weeks after taking up the role of Jammu and Kashmir chief minister, Mehbooba Mufti has demanded the central government that they modify the militant repatriation policy and increase the number of entry points to India under it.
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Unfortunately, CM Mufti’s demand has put the Centre in a bind.
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Though Mufti’s demand has been referred by union home minister Rajnath Singh to the security agencies, including the Intelligence Bureau (IB), there is still a need for a comprehensive review.
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Unfortunately these four entry points hardly has any movement as there are obvious difficulties that one face from Pakistan side.
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The ministry source also said that moreover, return of militants has also become a trickle as a raw deal is handed over to them.
There are also reports about increasing number of attacks on women these days, which many alleged happens from both the security troops as well as the militants end in the Valley.
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Rather the first decision that she took was after becoming chief minister was to raise four all women police stations in the state and creation of 208 posts for the same.
There are also four women cells in the state, located at Anantnag, Baramulla, Rajouri and Udhampur.