‘We crossed limits’, say non-local students

‘We crossed limits’, say non-local students

SRINAGAR: Six days after non-Kashmiri students resorted to violent protests against Kashmiri students celebrating India’s defeat against West Indies in the T20 world cup semifinal, a group of non-Kashmiri National Institute of Technology (NIT) students accepted that ‘they resorted to things which were beyond limits (sic).’
Non-Kashmiri students had protested and chanted ‘Bharat Mata Ki Jai’ slogans on Friday, a day after Kashmiri students celebrated India’s defeat in the campus. But on Friday afternoon, last week, the non-Kashmiri group resorted to violence, vandalised NIT property and allegedly attacked Kashmiri students, a teacher and a courier boy. The police had to use action to bring the situation under control, in which many non-Kashmir students sustained minor injuries.
“Things went out of limits, and it should not have happened with such intensity but we felt insecure. And this insecurity was because some Kashmiris had thrown stones at us on Thursday evening. Then we were beaten up by the police. We felt our life was in danger,” a non-Kashmiri student, wishing anonymity, told Kashmir Reader.
Asked why the Indian flag was hoisted if students felt insecure, another non-local student said that he did not know who raised the flag. “Actually on Friday we did not know what was happening. We did not know who was doing what, and where the flag was brought from. We did not keep in mind that we live in a sensitive place,” the student said.

10 Responses to "‘We crossed limits’, say non-local students"

  1. Sanjay   April 7, 2016 at 7:44 pm

    Rubbish

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  2. Bashir Ahmad   April 8, 2016 at 2:29 pm

    Rubbishing z not enough. You must give your viewpoint Sanjay

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  3. Karan   April 8, 2016 at 8:59 pm

    Salla sb jhoot Hindustan ma rehte hai idher Ka khate hai nd Pakistan ke naare lgate hai ..

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    • Arif   April 9, 2016 at 1:35 pm

      we are never with india nor with pakistan, we were independent and we are going to be independent…….. Inshaalllah

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  4. MUDASIR AHMAD RAJA   April 8, 2016 at 11:23 pm

    Karan Bai Hindustan ka nahi khaatay apne haq ka khaate hain ulta we pay tax we give you electricity,I agree we Dr Bashir sanai may need stay at Kolkata on 18th April along with taxiare under Indian occupation but don’t say anything illogical.we neither want to be with Pakistan nor with Hindustan, we have a history and culture of our own.
    This battle between India and Pakistan ruined us.

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  5. Saeed Mohammad   April 9, 2016 at 2:02 pm

    Mudasir Bhai its now a days a common practice for guys to say this but i regret to say this that they themselves don’t know the history….If its integral part of India then why we are the state where our state flag is hosted with Indian Flag , even ministers and governor is not allowed to carry only Indian Flag they have to be with both the flags everywhere. You can go to New Delhi capital of the India check in Jammu and kashmir house both flags are there. Guys Its you India and they pakistan please do whatever you want to do on your own put please please please let kashmir people live with peace we are the followers of Islam which teaches peace only.
    Please go through history and then decide

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  6. Nissar ahmad   April 9, 2016 at 11:20 pm

    Worlds richest man*country*even richest countries like arab can not purchase 1 square feet land in our kashmir at any cost.we can stay every where in the world but world can’t?if u people under stand this u never or give with us we love all people of the world please be civilised talk civilised write civilised Allah bless u all & we too

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  7. Jammu resident   April 10, 2016 at 1:47 am

    In all video, multiple police men beating lone students who fell on ground. Why Lathi charge on head of student? This can’t be justified as they are underage students and not gangsters. And on not being with India, Why I see so many Kashmiri leaders in New Delhi for medical treatment if you don’t want to be part of India( mufti ji died in Delhi)This is double standards. See where whole world has reached and Kashmir ( and unfortunately Jammu which are tied by hip) is going down the drain . See infrastructure situation , job situation and no industries happy to come to Kashmir , still people of Kashmir don’t care. Learn from POK, what is GDP of that? How many good colleges and hospitals they have? Is that flourishing ? Don’t know when you guys will realize what is good for your generations to come .

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  8. Rajiv Singh   April 10, 2016 at 3:06 am

    And what did Kashmiri Pundit wanted? AZAADI?

    Islam teaches peace…what a joke !!

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  9. Vivek   April 24, 2016 at 7:17 pm

    I think Kashmiri students have to be told to behave & not raise anti national slogans…It is not acceptable

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