Srinagar: Hurriyat Conference (G) chairman Syed Ali Shah Geelani Saturday expressing concern over the attack on Kashmiri students at a university in Rajasthan.
“The latest attack on Kashmiri students has proven beyond doubt that they are unsafe in India,” Geelani said in a statement.
He appealed the “Pakistani government and other SAARC countries to accommodate Kashmiri students in their educational institutions on humanitarian basis and help us in saving their career and lives.
“Kashmiris are looked at with suspicion and their lives and honour are in danger as communalism
is growing with each passing day in India,” he said.
“India’s claims democracy and secularism are proving to be hollow slogans,” Geelani said.
Geelani said that besides many students, lakhs of Indian labourers come to Kashmir in search of livelihood. “ Kashmiriis treat them as their brothers and have never given them any chance to complain,” he said.
Geelani also slammed the state administration for failing to protect Kashmiri students in Indian.
“(Chief Minister) Omar Abdullah prefers to issue condemnations on Twitter and later forgets to take action,” he said.