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Pak women married to former militants seek deportation or citizenship in Kashmir

Srinagar, Nov 29 (UNI) A group of Pakistani women who are married to former Kashmiri militants and had returned under J&K government’s rehabilitation programme for surrendered militants on Monday reiterated their demand on Monday to deport them or provide Indian citizenship.
Addressing media persons at Press Club Kashmir, a group of women appealed to governments of India and Pakistan for travel documents so that they could return to their homes.
They said that they have not been provided the permanent resident certificates as promised by the authorities under the rehabilitation policy so far.
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