Senior officials of Jammu and Kashmir police today interacted with 146 youths from Pulwama district of Jammu and Kashmir, who benefited from the recent amnesty granted by the state government to first-time stone-pelters.
"Deputy Inspector General of Police South Kashmir S P Pani along with SSP Pulwama Mohammad Aslam held an interactive session with the youth who have been granted amnesty announced by Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti," a police spokesman said.
He said the 146 youths from Pulwama district, who were granted amnesty, participated in the interactive session.
"During the interaction session, Pani and Aslam motivated the youth to do well in life and become an asset for the society," the spokesman said.
Over 4,300 youth benefited from the amnesty scheme announced by the chief minister earlier this month under which 744 FIRs related to stone-pelting incidents were withdrawn.
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