Srinagar, Oct 9: Jama'at-e-Islami Jammu and Kashmir has strongly condemned the alleged harassment of Kashmiri students outside the state by various security agencies.
In a statement, the Jama'at spokesman Advocate Zahid Ali said, "under a well-thought state sponsored plan, a campaign of intimidation of the students from J&K studying outside the state has been initiated in order to create a psychological fear among their parents so that they stop sending their wards outside from receiving higher technical and medical studies."
"Whenever any explosion takes place outside the State, Kashmiris particularly students are harassed and arrested without any reason and justification, on mere suspicions. If one Kashmiri gets trapped, then all those
whose mobile numbers are fed in the arrestee's mobile have to face the brunt. The current arrest campaign of Kashmiri students in connection with Delhi blast of September 7 is a glaring example of it," the statement said.