Terrorists have to be dealt with firmly to protect human rights of ordinary citizens, Union Minister Arun Jaitley said today. Raising a question as to whether fidayeens, who are willing to die and willing to kill, should be dealt with through \u2018Satyagraha', Jaitley said that \u201ca terrorist who refuses to surrender and refuses a ceasefire offer has to be dealt with as anybody taking law in his own hand. This is not \u2018muscular'. It is the rule of law\u201d. Every Indian is concerned as to who can hold this country together, Jaitley said, adding that an elected government, a dialogue with the people, a humane approach towards the average Kashmiri is the ultimate object of the Indian State with which few can disagree. \u201cAt times we get caught in the idioms that we create. One such phrase is \u201cmuscular policy in Kashmir\u201d. To deal with a killer is also a law and order issue. It can't wait a political solution. \u201cA fidayeen is willing to die. He is also willing to kill. Should he be dealt with by offering Satyagraha before him? When he advances to kill, should the security forces that confront him, ask him to sit on a table and have dialogue with them?\u201d Jaitley questioned. He said the policy that should be followed in Kashmir has to be to protect the ordinary citizen of the valley; get him freedom from the terror; provide him with a better quality of life and environment. \u201cIt is paramount to protect India's sovereignty and the right to life of its citizens,\u201d he said. The Maoist sponsored human rights organisations only espouse the cause of separatism and violence \u2013 be it Kashmir or Chhattisgarh and have brought a bad name to a very precious and valuable concept of human rights, Jaitley added. \u201cOur policy has to be \u201cSave the Human Rights of every Indian \u2013 be it a tribal or a Kashmiri\u201d from terrorists,\u201d Jaitley said.