Kashmir University students hold ‘pro-freedom’ protests in varsity campus

Kashmir University students hold ‘pro-freedom’ protests in varsity campus
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Srinagar: Scores of Kashmir University students on Monday held a protest demonstration in the varsity campus.

The protests, students said, were held against the landing of “Indian Army” in Jammu and Kashmir on 27 October 1947. “Since the University was shut on Saturday, October 27, 2018, due to a strike call by the resistance leadership, we held a protest demonstration today,” the students said.

Witnesses said that the students under the banner of Kashmir University Students Union (KUSU) assembled at Iqbal library Lawn. “The students also paid tribute to the ‘martyrs’ of Kashmir and condemned in strong words the killing spree in Kashmir.”

Carrying placards ” Go India Go back “, Shuhada Kay waris zinda hai”, “We want freedom” and “we win or we die, we won’t surrender ” the students amid massive pro-freedom slogans marched towards Humanities block where a sit-in protest was observed.

The students later dispersed peacefully, they said.