Students safe, matter sorted: Police
Harassment of Kashmiris
Srinagar July 1: Police on Sunday said that matter of alleged harassment of Kashmiri students in Haryana has been sorted out.
Talking to Greater Kashmir Superintendent of Police Sujeet Kumar said that he went to Haryana on the instructions of the Director General of Police (DGP) K Rajendra to take first hand account of the situation and ensure the well being of the students.
Meanwhile, the spokesman of National Conference Tanvir Sadiq said that Chief Minister Omar Abdullah had asked the DGP to send an IPS officer of SP rank to Hayrana.
“I spoke to the Police officer personally and he had met the DCP Haryana Nasreen Basin and they both went and visited the college campus and spoke with our students there, the students are relieved and overwhelmed with the immediate action of Chief Minster Omar Abdullah” said Tanvir.
“The students are comfortable and the college management in front of the J&K state Police officer assured that they will be protected and such incidents will never occur again” he added.
“Three B-Tech students of the same college who were a part of this assault have been already suspended and further disciplinary action is being taken by the college authorities” Tanvir added.
“ Our boys are elated and feel secure we have asked them to ensure their studies don’t get effected and the government led By Omar Abdullah is always on their service. This should also be a strong message to all the other states,” he added.
Lastupdate on : Sun, 1 Jul 2012 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Sun, 1 Jul 2012 18:30:00 GMT
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