Kashmiri students being harassed in Haryana, Dehradun

Srinagar, February 16 (KMS): Kashmiri students, studying in Haryana and Dehradun colleges in India, have said that mob is harassing and thrashing them.

A student, Amir Hussain of Shopian, studying in MM University, Ambala, Haryana, told Srinagar-based reporters over phone that one of his colleagues had been thrashed by the mob. “We were in the market when a group of protesters, shouting anti-Kashmir slogans beat one of us,” Amir said, adding, some of the Kashmiri students have eaten nothing from Thursday fearing attacks by the mob outside.

As per Amir, there are around 200 Kashmiri students who are trapped at MM University. He appealed to the authorities of occupied Kashmir to request the Haryana administration to ensure their safety.

Muhammad Saleem, of Bandipora and a student of Dev Bhoomi University, Dehradun, said that the varsity VC, registrar and other officials asked them to vacate their hostels while expressing the authorities’ helplessness to save the Kashmiri students from mob outside. Saleem said there are around 50 Kashmiri students in the college.

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  1. Pakistan ka nam o nishan is dharti se mita denge. Kashmir ke har ek musalman ko maar kar hum apne crpf wale bhaiyon ki shahadat ka badla lenge .

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