KU Students Organize ‘Election Boycott’ Rally

   

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Hundreds of Kashmir University students Thursday organized an ‘election boycott’ rally inside varsity premises and appealed people of Kashmir to refrain from casting their votes in favour of pro-India politicians.

University sources told CNS that around 400 to 500 male and female students assembled at University premises and organized a peaceful march in favour of election boycott. The protesting students carrying banners and placards while marching through different lanes of varsity alleged that Indian media in a bid to defame the freedom struggle in Kashmir misrepresents the high voter turnout in Valley.

“There are people who cast their votes with no malice intention, but unfortunately, the India media presents the facts in different way and it leaves no stone unturned to defame the ongoing freedom struggle,” the students said.

Amid pro-freedom and pro-Geelani slogans the students dispersed peacefully after the intervention of Varsity authorities which closed the gates and did not allow students to appear on main road.

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