SRINAGAR: A Kashmir dean who was rusticated by a Dehradun college after violent mobs threatened to set the institute premises on fire has requested J&K Police to provide security cover to students who are fleeing for safety from there.
Despite life threats, the dean has been helping out Kashmiri students a safe passage from Dehradun with the help of police and college head. He told Kashmir Reader that he has already sent 30 students to Jammu and Kashmir and is sending more in coming days.
“Jammu police has been little uncooperative. Despite their assured help, and list of students who they supposed to lift from Jammu, students kept managing themselves to reach their locations. Letting them go under this situation is at the cost of their lives. I request them to please help,” he added.
After Thursday’s suicide attack that killed 49 CRPF troops, Kashmiris studying in various states of India have come under attacks by violent mobs. They have been threatening them to leave. Many Kashmirs students have been terminated; one has been booked, while many Kashmiris working in companies have been suspended.