Why were colleges not closed , questions Omar

After students across Kashmir Valley decided to come out on roads and boycott class work protesting the army’s action against students in Pulwama, opposition national Conference raised questions over government’s decision to keep colleges open.

When all students of different degree colleges are on roads protesting against the Pulwama incidents, the former minister Omar Abdullah tweeted and questioned why colleges were not closed.

In his first tweet, Omar wrote, “Why could all colleges/universities not have been closed for a few days after the Pulwama clashes? Is @ MehboobaMufti not alert to situation?” And in his second tweet he wrote, “I hope @MehboobaMufti has thought through the implications of mass student protests across the valley. This is a deeply worrying situation.”

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