Army Learning Kashmiri To Win Trust: Gen Hasnain Srinagar, Apr 04, KONS: The commander of the armyâ€™s Srinagar-based 15th Corps, Lt Gen Syed Atta Hasnain on Monday said that servicemen deployed in Kashmir were being taught the Kashmiri language for better interface with the public. Speaking at a free medical camp at the armyâ€™s base hospital here, the general said that his troops were working shoulder-to-shoulder with the civilian administration to build trust among the masses and ensure enduring peace in the valley. The five-day medical camp for visually impaired patients is due to conduct 50 eye surgeries on cases brought to the hospital from far-flung areas. General Hasnain said that 2011 had been designated as the year of peace for the entire state, hoping that people would be able to live lives free of fear and violence. â€œWe hope to bring militancy down to zero this year,â€ the general said. He said that troops deployed in Kashmir were being taught the local language, and the process of imparting instructions and lessons on the subject had already begun. According to the general, the army had held a similar medical camp in the border town of Uri where nearly 100 victims of landmine explosions had been provided prosthetic devices and artificial limbs to overcome their physical disability.