Kashmiri students in MP appeal CM
Srinagar, Dec 21: Scores of students studying in Madhya Pradesh on Friday appealed Chief Minister Omar Abdullah to save their career.
A group of students telephonically told Greater Kashmir that authorities of Education Department in Madhya Pradesh have directed them that “they cannot appear in regular examination on the grounds that they have not used proper procedure for filing admission”.
“We are being blamed for not furnishing documents in proper time but it is a lame excuse,” they alleged.
“The CM, who happens to be education minister should intervene in the matter so that we are able to sit in regular examination,” they appealed.
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