KUTA says Govt failed
ASKS FACULTY TO COMMENCE SOFT PROTESTS
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SRINAGAR: Kashmir University Teachers Association President, Dr Muhammad Yousuf Ganai on Tuesday said the state government “has no more moral right to be in power.”
“The unabated killings of innocents have proved that the state government is a puppet,” Dr Ganai alleged.
He said the varsity faculty would soon launch sustained agitation against the killing of innocent Kashmiris.
Till the KUTa meeting is held, he asked the KU faculty to go for online protests and register their resentment on internet websites like the facebook and blog sites.
“Let the international community know that Kashmir’s intelligentsia is fed up of genocide of Kashmiris and want that human rights be upheld,” he said.
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