It was decided to immediately withdraw CAPF troops from Jammu and Kashmir and return them to their respective places.
The Narendra Modi government has decided to withdraw 10,000 troops from Jammu and Kashmir as it is slowly returning to normal life.
The central government said on Wednesday (August 19th) evening that paramilitary forces would be withdrawn from the union territory. This information has been informed in a report on NDTV.
The paramilitary forces were deployed in Jammu and Kashmir in August last year. At that time, the special status of the state was declared and it was divided into two Union Territories.
“It has been decided to immediately withdraw the CAPF troops from Jammu and Kashmir and return them to their respective places,” the central government said in a statement.
For months, the central government of India has been slowly easing security to restore normalcy to Jammu and Kashmir.