20 Kashmiri students leave Jammu college

20 Kashmiri students leave Jammu college

Srinagar: Fearing more violence, as many as 20 Kashmiri students from Government Engineering and Technology College at Chak Bhalwal in Jammu have started returning to the Valley, Indian Express reported. However, principal Dr Sameru Sharma told IE that those who have left are second semester students whose internal exams were over.
The students from the Valley have complained of inadequate security, saying a day after India lost the semi-final match to West Indies, local villagers, along with a section of students, armed with lathis and iron rods entered the campus and accused them of being ‘anti-nationals’, banged at their doors and even threatened some of them of dire consequences.
The college staff held the students responsible for the trouble, claiming they had started hooting when India lost the match, IE reported.

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One Response to "20 Kashmiri students leave Jammu college"

  1. Aejaz parray   April 10, 2016 at 12:59 am

    We are downtroddn no body listen our cry

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