AJKSU appeals students’ to rejoin classes, demands release of all students

Newspoint Bureau
Jammu Tawi, April 20
Keeping in view the present prevailing situation across Kashmir valley, All Jammu and Kashmir Students Union has requested students to join classes after students held the massive protests against Pulwama incident. However, they appealed authorities to ensure the security of students and demanded release of all arrested students. Kashmir is not the only place where student clash with police but almost every institution in India has witnessed, violence, vandalism from last few years , the way Kashmiri students were handled has saddened us, said AJKSU in a statement.
Education in Kashmir has already suffered a lot, now authorities should make sure that they would release students and students should join classes to prevent further loss to precious educational session, said a statement issued here. It is because of these incidents there is deep political alienation among youth of Kashmir. Moreover, we appeal the State government to take all those FIR’s back if they have logged against any student across Kashmir Valley during post clashes. It is pertinent to note here that we started the AJKSU years back with this intention to address student related problems. Since the establishment of this organisation we only addressed and tried to solve the student related problems both in Kashmir and in other states of India. Till date what AJKSU have done for students of Jammu and Kashmir is an open case. However the recent students protest call was given by Kashmir University Students Union (KUSU) and AJKSU only supported the call for peaceful protest against the Pulwama Degree College incident.

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