Respecting their pledge to protect their country and countrymen come what may, the CRPF has launched a lifeline to help Kashmiri students after thePulwama terror attack, traders and others living out of Kashmir after reports of threats to them.
February 18, 2019 —
The CRPF Madadgaar has launched a 24×7 toll-free helpline 14411 or SMS us at 7082814411 for speedy assistance in case they face any difficulties/ harassment.
#Kashmiri students and general public, presently out of #kashmir can contact @CRPFmadadgaar on 24×7 toll free number 14411 or SMS us at 7082814411 for speedy assistance in case they face any difficulties/harrasment. @crpfindia @HMOIndia @JKZONECRPF @jammusector @crpf_srinagar pic.twitter.com/L2Snvk6uC4
— CRPF Madadgaar (@CRPFmadadgaar) February 16, 2019
We have no words to be thankful to our security forces who are still trying to maintain calm all over the country. We feel we have failed our security forces and their trust in their fellow countrymen.
The Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) is the country’s largest paramilitary force with over three lakh personnel in its ranks and it has its formations and battalions in maximum states of the country, A senior CRPF official said.
Pledging To Save The People Of Kashmir Valley
“While we have lost our comrades, it is our pledge to the people of Jammu and Kashmir, especially to those living in the Kashmir Valley, that we are with them always,” he said.
The Centre on Saturday also asked all states to ensure the safety and security of the students and people from Jammu and Kashmir living in their areas.
— CRPF Madadgaar (@CRPFmadadgaar) February 17, 2019
The advisory came hours after Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh assured an all-party meeting of doing the needful for the protection of the Kashmiri students and people who were allegedly threatened after the terrorist attack in Awantipora area of Pulwama district.
An official at the security establishment said there have been some reports of students and other residents of Jammu and Kashmir experiencing threats and intimidation.
“Therefore, the Home Ministry today issued an advisory to all states/UTs to take necessary measures to ensure their safety and security,” the official said.
Some Kashmiri youths studying in Uttarakhand’s Dehradun alleged that they were harassed and have been asked by their landlords to vacate accommodations fearing attacks on their properties in the aftermath of the attack.
ADVISORY: Fake news about harassment of students from #Kashmir is being propagated by various miscreants on social media.
CRPF helpline has enquired about complaints about harassment and found them incorrect.
These are attempts to invoke hatred
Please DO NOT circulate such posts
— 🇮🇳CRPF🇮🇳 (@crpfindia) February 17, 2019
The CRPF, which is deployed for security duties in Jammu and Kashmir, had launched the 24×7 helpline Madadgaar (14411) in June 2017 to help any Valley resident who is in distress.