Kashmiri Students In AMU Protest Against Communication Blackout In J&K

by Ritu Versha 4 years ago Views 1234

Aligarh Muslim University
Even a month later since the Indian government revoked special rights for Jammu and Kashmir state, internet and mobile services have not been restored in the Valley.

While panic escalates in the Valley, Kashmiris living outside the state find themselves grappling with uncertainty. Even after 30 days have passed, many are still struggling to contact their families in Kashmir.

Protests are on the rise against this crackdown of the government. More than 50 Kashmiri students of Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) took out a protest march on the campus and demanded the central government make immediate arrangements to help them contact their families.


Meanwhile, the AMU administration has issued a notice to the students for the protest march. AMU spokesperson Prof. Shafey Kidwai said, “it is against the university rules to take out protest marches on campus without permission. Therefore, a notice has been issued to the protesting students.”

AMU has about 1100 students from Kashmir who could not reach their homes on Bakrid this year due to curfew in the valley.

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