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Hope acrimony between India, Pakistan ends soon: J&K CM

IANS  |  Jammu 

on Sunday said she hoped and will soon move away from acrimony and mistrust to a discourse of peace, harmony and friendship.

Addressing a passing-out parade of 911 recruits of Police at the at Talwara in district, the said the state's people had suffered a lot due to acrimony, bitterness and hostilities between the two countries.

She said she hoped that better sense prevailed and both countries went back to the days of friendship, amity and reconciliation, as was witnessed when was the

said the state's people had also suffered due to violence in the past 30 years.

"When we should be providing them with good schools, hospitals and other amenities of modern life, the demand from border areas comes for the construction of bunkers. This situation has to change. The pain and agony of Jammu and Kashmir's people should be heard," she said.

to play an active role in furthering reconciliation process in the state, the asked the officers and jawans of the police to be more humane while enforcing the law.

She advised them to assume parenting role more than policing while dealing with law and order situations.

also asked the police to tackle problems like drug menace and crimes against women. She said she will advise setting up of drug de-addiction centres in every district of the state, given the enormity of the problem.

The Chief Minister said her government was sensitive to problems and difficulties of Police and had already taken many major steps like (KPS) cadre review, enhancement of ex gratia, and increase in promotion quota for constabulary.



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First Published: Sun, January 14 2018. 22:12 IST