JNU Fallouts: Now, Delhi Governor’s Office Acknowledges Threats to Kashmiri Students



Najeeb Jung
Najeeb Jung

Lt. Governor Delhi Najeeb Jung’s office has been approached by some people that students from Kashmir are apprehensive of their safety and security in the city.

“In case there is any apprehension or any misconduct towards them, they should contact Sh. Taj Hasan, Spl. CP. (Crime) who has been appointed as the Special Nodal Officer for addressing such issues,” a mail from Delhi Governor read. “Sh. Taj Hasan, Spl. CP. (Crime) can be contacted via phone on 1093/100 or via email on splcp-crime-dl@nic.in. These numbers are manned round the clock.”

This arrangement is on similar lines as the one made for students from the North-East, the mail said.

Many students studying in Delhi reported threats after the eruption of the JNU row. While scores packed up and returned valley, those stayed put have been constantly reporting apprehensions regarding their safety and security in Delhi.


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