Kashmiri Students beaten up in Haryana College

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In yet another incident of its kind Kashmiri students studying at Ganga Institute of Management and Technology in Haryana alleged they were beaten up and harassed by their counterparts and security guards in the campus.

According to the Kashmir Reader, students from the Valley studying at the college telephoned the news daily and said a student Mujahid Zahid got injured after he was severely beaten up.

“Police came to the campus but did not take any action. We feel insure. We are here harassed by students, staff and security guards of college. Many students were beaten up,” they said adding Zahid was been removed to hospital.

Haryana appears to be a particularly sensitive spot for Kashmiri students seeking higher education in the state.

Reports on the frequent thrashing of Kashmiri students in Haryana in recent years may be accessed below:

Eight Valley students hurt in Haryana college brawl (Indian Express, 2014).

2 Kashmiri students ‘beaten’ in Haryana (Greater Kashmir, 2013).

Kashmir students ‘assaulted’, get ‘death threats’ by Haryana goons (Kashmir Despatch, 2012)

Kashmiri students beaten in Haryana (Greater Kashmir, 2012).

Haryana cops ‘beat up’ Kashmiri student (Kashmirawareness.org, 2012)



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