Srinagar, Jun 15: The police chief for Kashmir region said that the people in the valley, particularly youths, have gone today through the turmoil period and ''now its our duty'' to help them to come out from the pains they suffered during all these years.
Speaking at function here, the Inspector Genral of Police for Kashmir range S M Sahai said those working with the youths, particularly the teachers, should guard that our youths do not again fell into the trap.
He warned that in order to save our youth from such distortion, emphasis should be given on accumulative knowledge, culture and rich heritage of the Kashmir.
Elaborating on this point he said if you have a look at the Burzahom, which is just on the outskirts of the city, one can easily comment that the history of Kashmir is as old as the history of the mankind.
Mr Sahai further said if the youth imbibe their cultural values, they would certainly put their lives on the lines of Kashmiri ethos.
The Inspector General exhorted upon the college teachers to guide the youth in such a way that they could come out of the current dilemmas and them there would be no distortions in the personality development of the Kashmiri youth.
Mr Sahai said we should built an oriental personality of our youth beyond the physical attractions of the peole and gives much thrust on the spiritual and inner self development.