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Minimize the use of pellet guns in Kashmir: Ram Madhav

Srinagar:  In an all-India meet in Delhi on Monday the BJP’s national general secretary Ram Madhav said that the use of pellet guns should be minimized as the situation has improved to a large extent since the 2016 uprising, according to reports.

Kashmir Reader, a local newspaper reported that Madhav said that stone-pelting incidents compared to last year have reduced by 80 percent and there is a need to minimize the use of pellet guns in Kashmir Valley.

“Madhav ji informed Amit ji and Modi ji that the concerted moves by the government have shattered terror groups like Lashkar-e-Toiba and NIA raids have helped to tighten the noose over terror funding agencies. He also said that the situation has improved to a large extent, and it will only take six months to make the region peaceful again,” a BJP source told Kashmir Reader.

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