Two Kashmiri students were allegedly assaulted in Haryana on their way to their university, following which three persons were arrested after Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Mehbooba Mufti expressed outrage and urged her Haryana counterpart from the BJP to take action.
However, the zero hour saw opposition members vociferously raising the incidents of attacks on Kashmiri students in others states.
The two students, Aftab Ahmad, 23, and Amjad Ali, 22, had claimed that they were beaten up without any reason.
Later talking to reporters, Sagar said the attack on students outside the state is leading to alienation which is very unsafe. "Me&my friend had gone to the mosque to offer namaz y'day, after we came out of the mosque, we noticed some ppl following us.Just as we were leaving on my motorbike, a group of 15-20 people started to beat us", he told ANI. The bitter truth is that today people from adjacent villages come to throw stones at the security forces during such an operation.
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NC MLA Altaf Kaloo also read out a purported SMS from a student in which he alleged that they were attacked outside the state. Two students were attacked by some miscreants (yesterday), resulting in minor injuries to one of them.
She said her government was reaching out to Kashmiri youths to wean them away from militancy.
"An impression goes especially in the Valley that we are not safe and secure which is a wrong signal", he said and demanded stern action against the "fringe elements" involved in such attacks. "We told faculty about the incident and lodged a complaint with the university", the student added. Commenting on the matter, J&K Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti said that she was "shocked and disturbed" by the tragic incident. "One of our officers is in touch with the boys as well", Jammu and Kashmir Police officer said. "I hope the authorities in Haryana act quickly against this violence", he tweeted.
Meanwhile, former CM of J&K and MLA from Beerwah, Budgam, Omar Abdullah said, "This is awful & goes against the spirit of what Modi ji said from the ramparts of the Red Fort".
Earlier, Union home minister Rajnath Singh had asked all state governments to ensure safety of Kashmiris.