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Next course of action depends on what Kashmiri youth wants me to do, says ex-IAS officer Shah Faesal; invites people to 'think together'

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Next course of action depends on what Kashmiri youth wants me to do, says ex-IAS officer Shah Faesal; invites people to 'think together'A day after quitting the Indian Administrative Service (IAS), Shah Faesal, who topped the exam in 2009, on Thursday said his next course of action will depend on what the people of Kashmir, especially the youth, want him to do.
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News video: Kashmir's Shah Faesal reveals his future plans after quitting IAS

▶ Kashmir's Shah Faesal reveals his future plans after quitting IAS 01:06

Shah Faesal who recently resigned from Indian Administrative Service (IAS) said that he has no plans as of now to join any mainstream political party. The former IAS officer is deeply concerned about massive human rights violations in the Valley and failure of government to facilitate homecoming of...

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