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    Important- Srinagar NIT update

    Update No. 1: The Kashmiri students (even female students) and the separatists are threatening to rape non-Kashmiri female students of NIT Srinagar.

    Update No. 2: Students of different educational institutions of Jammu have expressed solidarity with the non-Kashmiri students of NIT-Srinagar.

    Update No. 3: The non-Kashmiri students have demanded shifting of NIT from Srinagar to outside Kashmir valley.

    Update No. 4: The media sharks are totally silent over the Srinagar incident. The contrast of reporting over the incidents of JNU and NIT is easily understood even by a child of average intelligence.

    Update No. 5: The security of the NIT campus has been handed over to para-military forces and brutal J & K Police has been withdrawn for the time being.

    Update No. 6: Police lodged FIR against non-Kashmiri student. No FIR against pro-Pakistani students. PDP leaders like Mujaffar Baig are stating that action against the Police would cause problem.

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  • #560216
    Why the Central Government is silent on the matter. Urgent action must be taken before something bad happens to the students who were threatened. Over to PM please.
    K Mohan
    'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
    Even this challenging situation would ease

  • #560240
    The present composition of students at NIT Srinagar is as follows -
    1. Students from outside the state of Jammu and Kashmir - 50%
    2. Students from the Muslim majority Kashmir valley, the Hindu majority Jammu and Buddhist dominated Ladakh regions - 50%
    There are total about 3000 students at present in the institute.
    The trouble started during India's World Twenty20 semi-final match against the West Indies. Local Kashmiri students supported the West Indies, while other students supported the home team and the slogan shouting turned violent and clashes broke out when the non-Kashmiri students chanted 'Bharat Mata Ki Jai' and attempted to hoist the Indian flag at the university. The police intervened and allegedly 'seized' the national flag and attempted to restore order by lathi charging.
    The Government's move to hand over the campus to the para-military forces by totally sidelining the state authorities has raised new concerns.

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