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Our intention is not to kill anyone: CRPF on plastic bullets in Kashmir

ANI  |  Srinagar (Jammu and Kashmir) [India] 

Amid the ongoing row surrounding the use of plastic and rubber bullets by the security forces in the restive Kashmir Valley, (CRPF) DIG on Tuesday said their intention is to spread the crowd not to kill anyone, adding these are used in extreme conditions.

Kumar, however, admitted this is not the correct time to say anything on this.

"The will soon let us its orders. The live bullet is the last resort. Our intention is to spread the crowd and not to kill anyone. But we use this in extreme conditions," Kumar said.

The Ministry of Home Affairs has asked the security forces to use plastic bullets against the stone-pelters in the Valley and pellet guns to be used only as a last resort, sources state.

The Supreme had asked the Centre in the last hearing on.. to consider effective means other than use of pellet guns to quell stone pelting mobs in as it concerns life and death.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Amid the ongoing row surrounding the use of plastic and rubber bullets by the security forces in the restive Kashmir Valley, Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) DIG Sanjay Kumar on Tuesday said their intention is to spread the crowd not to kill anyone, adding these are used in extreme conditions.Kumar, however, admitted this is not the correct time to say anything on this."The government will soon let us its orders. The live bullet is the last resort. Our intention is to spread the crowd and not to kill anyone. But we use this in extreme conditions," Kumar said.The Ministry of Home Affairs has asked the security forces to use plastic bullets against the stone-pelters in the Valley and pellet guns to be used only as a last resort, sources state.The Supreme Court had asked the Centre in the last hearing on.. to consider effective means other than use of pellet guns to quell stone pelting mobs in Jammu and Kashmir as it concerns life and death.

Amid the ongoing row surrounding the use of plastic and rubber bullets by the security forces in the restive Kashmir Valley, (CRPF) DIG on Tuesday said their intention is to spread the crowd not to kill anyone, adding these are used in extreme conditions.

Kumar, however, admitted this is not the correct time to say anything on this.

"The will soon let us its orders. The live bullet is the last resort. Our intention is to spread the crowd and not to kill anyone. But we use this in extreme conditions," Kumar said.

The Ministry of Home Affairs has asked the security forces to use plastic bullets against the stone-pelters in the Valley and pellet guns to be used only as a last resort, sources state.

The Supreme had asked the Centre in the last hearing on.. to consider effective means other than use of pellet guns to quell stone pelting mobs in as it concerns life and death.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Our intention is not to kill anyone: CRPF on plastic bullets in Kashmir

Amid the ongoing row surrounding the use of plastic and rubber bullets by the security forces in the restive Kashmir Valley, (CRPF) DIG on Tuesday said their intention is to spread the crowd not to kill anyone, adding these are used in extreme conditions.

Kumar, however, admitted this is not the correct time to say anything on this.

"The will soon let us its orders. The live bullet is the last resort. Our intention is to spread the crowd and not to kill anyone. But we use this in extreme conditions," Kumar said.

The Ministry of Home Affairs has asked the security forces to use plastic bullets against the stone-pelters in the Valley and pellet guns to be used only as a last resort, sources state.

The Supreme had asked the Centre in the last hearing on.. to consider effective means other than use of pellet guns to quell stone pelting mobs in as it concerns life and death.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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