Surrendered Kashmir militant hopeful of being rehabilitated by govt.
Srinagar, June 15 (ANI): Having spent over two decades across the border, surrendered militant Shabir Ahmad Dar is hopeful of getting help through the government's rehabilitation scheme and is looking forward to his integration into mainstream society in Jammu and Kashmir.
He said this while interacting with reporters in Srinagar on Friday.
Dar said that he surrendered with his own will and was hopeful about being rehabilitated by the state government with an aim of leading a peaceful life in the days to come.
Recently, Chief Minister Omar Abdullah initiated a rehabilitation scheme for militants camping on the other side of the border.
Abdullah intends to rehabilitate youth who had gone down the wrong path.
The proposed scheme has brought hope to the families of surrendered militants, who are longing to reunite for years.
I am also hoping to benefit from this scheme so I can do something to uplift my family and take care of our children in better way," said Dar.
With Dar's return, his wife, Rashida Begum, was hopeful about receiving government aid to improve their economic condition. (ANI)
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