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Deradicalisation Centres with the help of experts and civil society members is a welcome idea: J and K DGP

In the Raisina Dialogue, CDS Rawat had also supported the idea of extending help to radicalised youth through deradicalisation camps.

On Monday, Dilbag Singh, the DGP of Jammu and Kashmir expressed his support for setting up de-radicalization centres in Kashmir. He added that it will do good if the civil society and religious experts come forward to help deradicalize the ones who have gone astray from the mainstream.

Earlier, at the Raisina Dialogue, India’s first Chief of Defence Staff Gen Bipin Rawat had raised concerns about the radicalisation of young children in the Kashmir Valley. He suggested that radicalised individuals can be helped by de-radicalisation camps. The general stated that identifying and isolating radicalization is the key to containing terrorism.

DGP Dilbag also stated that Hizbul Mujahideen, the radical Islamist organization is on the verge of being completely wiped out from South Kashmir.

On being asked about Davinder Singh, the DGP stated that the case has now been handed over to the National Investigation Agency (NIA). He stated that the case is being investigated in the right direction. The J & K DGP was also asked about news reports highlighting Singh’s trip to Bangladesh. He added that Singh’s daughters studied in Bangladesh and that investigation are underway to determine the purpose of those visits.

DSP Davinder Singh was arrested while ‘transporting’ Hizbul terrorists.

Ayodhra Ram Mandir special coverage by OpIndia

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