Bar Denounces Suspension of JK Students by Mewar University

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J&K High Court Bar Association, Srinagar Thursday strongly condemned the suspension of 16 JK students from Mewar University Rajasthan.

The Bar Association termed the decision of the Mewar University authorities, “barbaric and inhuman, as the same is going to spoil the academic career of these 16 students, for none of their faults.”

A Bar statement said that the suspended students are required to get their parents and guardians with them, to appear before the university authorities and put across their stand, so that the university authorities, will take a final decision in the matter, which may even include, their expulsion from the university.

“The Bar Association feels that before taking the decision of suspending these 16 students or asking them to get their parents/guardians to the university on April 25, 2016, the University authorities should have afforded an opportunity of being heard to these 16 students and after considering their explanation take a compassionate view of the matter, keeping in view the academic career of these students,” the statement added.

Bar Association also denounced the hooliganism of non-Kashmiri students of NIT Srinagar, who have not only bet Kashmiri students and the staffers of the Institute on a trifle issue, but after blowing it out of proportion, have demanded and have succeeded in getting J&K Police replaced by the Central Forces in the campus.

“These students who are numbering more than 2000 in comparison to 500 students of Kashmir, are also now demanding the shifting of NIT, outside the valley and also hoisting of Indian flag permanently near NIT entrance,” the statement said.

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