Practicable solution to Kashmir issue: Tarigami
Participating in the discussion on the demands for grants of the departments under the charge of the Chief Minister in Assembly today, he said
Calling for avoiding excessive use of force while tackling agitations, the legislator said “we must draw lessons from the last year’s unrest which halted economic and development activities in the State and jolted the State economy. How shall we ensure that type of situation doesn’t recur this year needs to be given serious consideration”, he said while cautioning against use of stern administrative and police measures.
The legislator observed that killings must stop and cycle of violence cease, stating that the nature of
Using stick and committing excesses won’t bring peace; he said adding the officials whether a Tehsildar, teacher or any other official has also to contribute in the stability of the State by way of delivering his duties to the best satisfaction of public. He called for withdrawal of Disturbed Areas Act from relatively safer areas like
Tarigami called for providing ration money to the police personnel at par with security forces and rehabilitation of surrendered militants. He said character certificates must also be given to surrendered militants to render them eligible for government service. He urged the Chief Minister to honor his own assurance of issuing passports to the kin of militants to facilitate their Haj pilgrimage and foreign business trips.
The legislator demanded constitution of Vigilance Commission and appointment of Chairman Accountability Commission to effectively take on corruption menace. He also stressed on making functioning of the State PSC more transparent and rationalization of 50 marks kept for interview.
Advocating establishment of a Planning Board in the State, he said the same was necessary to rationalize allotment of funds to different regions and areas of the State. Establishment of an Intellectual and
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