Kashmiri students beaten in UP for not raising anti-Pakistan slogans

KL Report

SRINAGAR

Three Kashmiri students have been beaten by a group of student for not shouting slogans against Pakistan in a University in Utar Pradesh on Monday, reports said.

They added that the incident happened on Saturday night in Sector Pi, where various students of different universities stay in rented apartments.

Around 100 Kashmiri students later protested with their bags packed against the university officials for their failure to provide them security and inaction.

Media reports suggested that six students forcefully entered the room of the Kashmiri students and beat them and made them shout anti-Pakistan slogans.

A Kashmiri student staying in Noida sector 62 reportedly told a media organization that these kinds of discriminatory attitude towards them have become a norm now.

Meanwhile, reacting to the incident, Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minsiter Omar Abdullah has questioned the UP administration’s inability or unwillingness to provide security to Kashmiri students.

Omar expressed his resent on twitter saying: “If the Universities or state authorities can’t protect Kashmiri students coming there then man up and admit your inability or unwillingness,” Tweeted Omar, on Monday.

“I am sending the Resident Commissioner from Delhi to visit the University in question to ascertain all the facts before deciding next steps,” Omar said in another Tweet.

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