Srinagar, May 10 (ANI): Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Monday said an amnesty policy would be announced once it is finalized after discussion with the Central Government.
Talking to reporters here, Abdullah said: "The proposal is being fine-tuned. There is some discussion on the points of entry from across the line into the state. As soon as we have finalised the policy no doubt it will be announced."
Meanwhile, the Civil Secretariat, which constitutes the office of chief minister and his colleagues including ministers and bureaucrats, opened today amid tight security in the Srinagar.
Abdullah was presented a guard of honor in the secretariat premises prior to the resumption of work in the offices.
According to an official spokesman, the offices in Srinagar will function until the last week of October.
India-controlled Kashmir is the only region to have two capital cities- Srinagar and Jammu.
Adequate security measures were put in place in the Srinagar ahead of this move. (ANI)