‘Imposters collect charity in Pune’
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Sept 25: Kashmiri students pursuing education in Pune have complained that some “imposters” were collecting charity in the garb of ongoing unrest in the Valley.
The students said the presence of such elements had swelled during the holy month of Ramadhan and since then declined to recede.
A delegation of students told Kashmir over phone from Pune that the accused were seeking charity from people pleading to be victims of turmoil backhome.
The students said they tried to ascertain the whereabouts of the youth claiming to be needy but couldn’t get a sound reply.
“At first they pretended to be pursuing education in Pune. But on further inquiry they said to be north Kashmir and then later changed that statement as well,” students said.
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