PSA is being imposed on those who incite youth to become terrorists, police have prepared a multi-dimensional action plan.
Kashmir range IG Vijay Kumar said on Monday that elements trying to incite and trick local youth into becoming terrorists are being held captive under the Public Safety Act (PSA).
These elements are being sent to jails in other parts of the country.
Confirming that two Jaish-e-Mohammed terrorists were killed on Monday in Gundipora (Pulwama) of South Kashmir.
The IGP said that the police, along with the civil administration and other security agencies, worked to stop the recruitment of local youth into terrorist organizations.
PSA is being imposed: A multidimensional action plan has been prepared.
He said that those people are being identified who incite local youth to become terrorists or recruit them into terrorist organizations.
These people are being held captive under the Public Safety Act and many of them have been sent to jails outside the state.
Apart from this, we are also identifying youths who are in direct or indirect contact with terrorists through electronic surveillance and our on-ground network.
After counseling them, efforts are made to bring them on the right path. We have caught many local boys turning into terrorists through technical surveillance and brought them back into the mainstream.
Parents prevent children from going on the wrong path: IGP said that the role of their parents is most important in stopping the recruitment of local youth into terrorist organizations.
Parents should constantly monitor their children and prevent them from going on the wrong path. His relatives have played a remarkable role in bringing back many local terrorists.
Apart from this, we also give full opportunity to the local terrorists to surrender as much as possible.
Even during the encounter, if any terrorist wants to leave the weapon, then he is given full opportunity to do so.
Amarnath Yatra will be safe, no one needs to be afraid: On the security arrangements being made for Shri Amarnath, which is going to start on June 30, the IGP said that no one needs to be afraid.
The journey will be completed in a completely calm, safe, and confident environment. The help of drones, CCTV cameras, and sniffer dogs are also being taken to thwart the plans of the terrorists.
Police and other security forces will be deployed in all sensitive areas. Operations against terrorists will be intensified.