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Surrendered militant leads normal life as special police officer in Kashmir post rehabilitation

ANI | 30 Oct 2015, 10:02 pm
Poonch, Oct 30 (ANI): A former militant in Jammu and Kashmir today leads a normal life working as special police officer after he surrendered before the Indian government. Noor Ahmed surrendered before police in 2003 after he fled from a militant camp. Ahmed was abducted by the militants and taken across the Indian border when he was a kid. Today he works as a special police officer in Surankote region of Poonch district. In 2005, Ahmed got married to a local girl and has four children. Additional Superintendent of Police of Poonch district, Amit Kumar Gupta said it is important to bring former militants into the mainstream.

Surrendered militant leads normal life as special police officer in Kashmir post rehabilitation

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