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Amar Singh College students condemn assault on students
SRINAGAR, Apr 17: Massive protests rocked Amar Singh Degree College here in Srinagar on Monday against the brutal assault on students of Pulwama College by security forces.

Early in the morning scores of students took out a protest march inside the campus and decried the use of brutal force by security personnel on the students inside the premises of Pulwama Degree College on Saturday.

Calling the unprovoked action by the forces inhumane the staff at the college also condemned and expressed their shock and anger over the use of excessive force inside Pulwama College and the killing of a youth in Batmaloo locality of Srinagar.

The students while chanting slogans marched towards the main road outside the campus.

“It is a shame that a free hand has been given to its forces to unleash a reign of terror and horror over the youth of Kashmir. It is just not acceptable to us to see the blood of our fellow brethren being spilled on the streets of Kashmir at the hands of so called security forces in whose presence not a single individual in Kashmir valley is secure,” a group of protesting students said.

While Kashmir valley erupted with protests by students at several colleges in all district headquarters on Monday, the anger and anguish was evident among the students studying in different schools and colleges across the city.

“More shameful and awful is the attitude of the government which has been reduced to a bunch of psychotic puppets watching kids being brutalised and, humiliated and killed,” they said. “Heavy deployment of police and special task force outside the college was seen outside the college posing a concern,” students revealed.

‘Pulwama college incident is brutal, gory and a blot on our government and their masters in New Delhi. First they would be killed on roadsides and now they can enter any college or any educational institutions and beat up innocent students mercilessly. This action is monstrous,” a group of students from Islamia college said.

They added, “Given the violence, torture and humiliation meted out to youth in valley, the handicapped administration should have stepped down if there was even an iota of shame and conscience left in them. However these insensitive dictators are just not moved.”

On Saturday the security forces had barged into the premises of Degree College Pulwama and assaulted the students of the college. Scores of students were severely injured in the action while scenes of horror were witnessed inside the campus.

The social networking sites in valley erupted with the videos of the students being beating ruthlessly resulting in a severe resentment and anger among the student community across the Kashmir valley.

News Updated at : Tuesday, April 18, 2017
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