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Women officers can effectively stop Kashmiri youth from joining terrorism: PM Modi

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday said we need to prevent young people from joining terrorist groups in Kashmir. Women officers can be more helpful in making the youth understand the outcome of joining the terror groups and stop them from doing so.

He was interacting with the IPS probationers during the ”Dikshant Parade Event”  at Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel National Police Academy in Hyderabad through  video conferencing.

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“I was looking forward to meeting you all in person, but due to COVID-19 restrictions that did not happened. But I am sure that in times to come, I will get an opportunity to meet many of you.” PM Modi said.

While his addressing the young IPS officers PM urged to practice Yoga and Pranayam for relieving stress. “Workload and pressure are on everyone even on the farmers. This is a part of life and this is not something which cannot be managed. If we understand our needs and responsibilities in detail, we can manage things smoothly.

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In your profession, unexpected events occur and you have to be always ready. Regular training is also vital. I urge you all that when you go out for doing duty, try to meet people or even teachers who can talk on such topics. This will help you in leading a stress-free life. Also, if you practice yoga and ”Pranayama” done with will power, you will never be stressed and always be happy,” he added.

Narendra Modi also said that the human face of ‘Khaki’ uniform has been engraved in the public memory due to the good work done by police especially during this COVID-19 pandemic.

The 131 IPS probationers including 28 lady probationers joined the academy on December 17, 2018 after completing their foundation course at the Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration, Mussoorie, and at Dr Marri Channa Reddy HRD Institute of Telangana, Hyderabad, with those from other central services like IAS and IFS.