Integration of Surrendered Militants in India

Victor Sierra

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Sep 20, 2012
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Issues related to Surrendered/Surrendering Militants-
  • What happen after they surrender?
  • What are the policies of government, for resettlement of a militant who want to quit militancy?
  • Are these militants misusing any government resettlement policy for generating cash or intelligence?
  • As you get awarded with cash when you surrender & you can opt for joining S.O.G. for fighting militancy.
  • Militants who have surrendered, most of them are those who have joined militancy in their teenage.
  • What makes them surrender?
  • After crossing a age, Is it a mental maturity or is it the family who makes them surrender?

Here is the report from Tehlka on Surrendered Militants of 90s. These Former Kashmiri militants, now living in the shadow of the guns they once wielded. Though the report is not deep enough, but enough to say that something is still lacking.

Among them, Yasin Malik, Mir is the only survivor from JKLF's four-member HAJI group, which also included Ishfaq Majid Wani and Abdul Hamid Sheikh. Sheikh was among the first to cross the LoC in March 1988. Malik, Wani and Mir followed him in June. On their return, they formed two separate groups and prepared for an armed struggle.

Here is the Link: Tehelka - India's Independent Weekly News Magazine


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Jul 29, 2010
Does anyone have pictures or stories of the beginning of Kashmir insurgency in the late 1980s.

I think we should create 1 thread for that..

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