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Educational institutions made battlefield: Geelani
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SRINAGAR, Apr 18: Hurriyat Conference (G) chairman, Syed Ali Geelani today said, “our educational institutions have been converted into battlefield and our youth are subjected to worst form of state terrorism.”

In a statement, Geelani crticised what he described as highhandedness of authorities against students. “Student community are nowhere safe and now there is backlash against students even in Banihal,” he said.

Criticising the authorities for ‘their brute approach against students’, Hurriyat (G) chairman said they are ruining their future.

Strongly denouncing the ‘use of brute force against students’, Geelani expressed his deep concern about the reports of seriously injured girl student and said eyewitness reveal that she was targeted and a stone was aimed at her from nearby CRPF bunker. “It is a murderous attack and deliberate attempt to kill a student,” said Geelani.

Commenting over the closure of educational institutions, Geelani said it is a deliberate attempt and part of their game plan. They instigated and provoked students in Pulwama and latter closed all educational institutions.

Terming it as a part of ‘Doval doctrine’, Geelani said forces and police are enjoying free hand to use brute force and choke space for genuine voices.

Strongly criticizing state administration, Hurriyat (G) chairman blamed authorities for ‘waging war against students and asked to stop forthwith or face resentment’


News Updated at : Wednesday, April 19, 2017
 
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