AISA condemns civilian killings, demand troop withdrawal
New Delhi: All India Students Association held a peaceful protest march from Batla House Chowk to Tikona Park, in Jamia Nagar here against the civilian killings in Kashmir.
The participants condemned the silence of Home Minister, P Chidambaram over the killings and demanded holding of peaceful dialogue in J&K.
The Association general secretary, Ravi Rai said, “AISA expresses solidarity with Kashmiri people, supports their struggle and demands withdrawal of troops.”
“Encounters anywhere are condemnable whether in Kashmir, Batla House or Manipur,” he added.
Scores of students from Delhi University, Jamia Millia Islamia and JNU participated in the march.
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