Ensure safety of J-K students: Saroori
STATE TIMES NEWS
JAMMU: Senior Congress leader and MLA Inderwal Ghulam Mohammad Saroori urged Haryana Government to probe the incident and ensure safety of students from Jammu and Kashmir.
Saroori said attack on JK students is a cause of concern. He said no safety measures have been taken by the state government despite the fact repeated attacks on JK students have been taking place.
“It is the responsibility of government of India and respective local State governments to ensure the safety of JK students. He also condemned the beating of Kashmiri students with sticks and iron rods at Global Research University of Management and Technology in Nacharan village of Yamuna Nagar.
A deputation of JK students which met Saroori at his residence informed that students hailing from different parts of the Jammu and Kashmir perusing engineering courses from Global Research Institute for Management and Technology, Tehsil Radhore of District Yamna Nagar Haryana were hospitalised last week, and many have escaped from the college premises and taken shelter in nearby police station after some local goons and outsiders entered into college mess and beat them with rods and sticks, beside chase them by displaying guns.
Saroori also spoke with Director of the College M.S Shalini on phone and urged her to provide security to the students of JK and take stern action against the culprits.
She told that the incident was sought out within an half an hour and already additional security has been deployed in the college premises. She further informed that the students have actually fought over some issue in the premises and it is being sorted out,” Director said and assured that no such incident will take place in future time.