Kashmiri youth have replaced guns with bats in their hands: J&K DGP Dilbagh Singh

Handwara: Jammu and Kashmir’s Director General of Police (DGP), Dilbagh Singh Wednesday said that Kashmiri youth are treading the right path and they have replaced guns with the bats in their hands.

He was addressing the media on the sidelines of the concluding ceremony of the Handwara police cricket league (HPCL), DGP Singh said that Valley youth are now on the right path and they have replaced the guns with bats.

“We will continue to encourage youth to take part in sports activities,” DGP assures.

He added that he has found a “very welcome change in the youth as they are treading in the right path and staying away from the violence.”

“I am glad to see young boys hold bats in their hands. Police have been able to get very good talent from teams and I am sure many players would be going a long way to represent Kashmir, ” He said.

Meanwhile, speaking about the possible infiltration bids, DGP said that ahead of the snowfall Pakistan would make desperate attempts to push infiltrators into this side, and attempts are made on regular basis. “Our forces deployed close to the fence are alert to thwart any such attempts,” he said.

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