Kashmiris not safe in any part of India: APHC

Islamabad—The forum of 24 pro-freedom organizations All Parties Hurriyet Conference led by Syed Ali Gilani has strongly condemned the harassment of Kashmiri students studying in different colleges and universities in India.
The APHC spokesman in a statement expressing deep concern and anguish over seeking of details of Kashmiri students by the Kolkata police said that no corner of India was safe for the Kashmiris and they were being harassed everywhere in all possible ways, KMS reported.
He castigated the West Bengal government, saying that its action would endanger the career of all Kashmiri students studying in the state.
“This action reflects the communal and prejudiced thinking which has no legal or moral justification. If the harassment of Kashmiri students does not stop forthwith and the government order (seeking details of Kashmiri students) is not revoked, it will have a strong reaction in Kashmir,” he said.
The spokesman said that the Kashmiri students had always been targeted in India in a planned manner and the episodes in JNU and Jadavpur universities last month were just an excuse to justify this harassment.
Hurriyet leader, Firdous Ahmad Shah, in a statement in Srinagar condemning the harassment of Kashmiri students in Calcutta and other parts of India said, the action clearly shows that Kashmiris are not safe anywhere in India.
He said that the Government of India was trying to ruin the career of the Kashmiri students. —APP

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