KL NEWS NETWORK
In view of the situation arising out of “witch hunt” of students in New Delhi post Afzal Guru death anniversary commemoration events, the state government has formally approached government of India seeking safety measures for Kashmiri students.
An official spokesperson Monday evening said, “consequent to N N Vohra, Governor J&K, receiving messages from several parents about difficulties faced by their wards studying in various educational institutions in Delhi, arising from action taken by the local Police in the management of law and order situations, the Governor had raised this issue with the Union Home Ministry and the Central Intelligence Agency.”
“In this context, the Governor has spoken personally to Union Home Secretary and to the Intelligence Bureau Chief who informed the Governor on Monday that Robin Hibu, Joint Commissioner Police, Delhi Police, has been assigned the responsibility of personally dealing with any complaint or problem faced by any J&K student studying in Delhi,” the official spokesperson said this evening.
“Hibu’s telephone number is 011-26110313 (land line) and 09810083486 (mobile). The Home Ministry has informed the Governor that this officer can be approached by any J&K student who needs help,” the spokesperson said.
The Governor has asked the Home Ministry to circulate this information to the Heads of various educational institutions in Delhi, for wider dissemination.