J & K Police Review CASO Support Ops to Avoid Civilian Casualties

In  Kashmir with large number of civilian casualties in Cordon and Search Operations (CASO) the J & K Police is reviewing the strategy to ensure, "zero civilian causality" in case protests break out near encounter sites. 22 civilians have died during encounters due while attempting to confront the security forces engaged in CASO operations with a view to relieve the terrorists holed up in their hideouts as per Greater Kashmir. CASO was proving counterproductive due to large number of civilian casualties. “We have taken a series of measures. A brand new policy is in place to deal with the protests at the encounter sites. Our aim is to bring down the civilian causalities to zero,” additional director general of police (law and order, security and home guards) Muneer Khan was quoted by Greater Kashmir........................

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