Kashmiri students allege attacks in AMU

Write to Amit Shah for probe
On Tuesday, a purported video surfaced showing Kashmiri students being attacked by a group of men. In the clip, one of the attackers is seen brandishing a pistol. [File]
On Tuesday, a purported video surfaced showing Kashmiri students being attacked by a group of men. In the clip, one of the attackers is seen brandishing a pistol. [File] AMU

Aligarh (Uttar Pradesh): The Jammu & Kashmir students association (JKSA) in Aligarh has  written to Home Minister Amit Shah, demanding a 'time-bound inquiry' into the repeated attacks against Kashmiri students to ascertain "facts and nefarious designs" behind the harassment.

Nasir Khuehami, convenor of JKSA, said, "The AMU administration needs to initiate criminal proceedings against those who are indulging in targeted harassment of Kashmiri students."

On Tuesday, a purported video surfaced showing Kashmiri students being attacked by a group of men. In the clip, one of the attackers is seen brandishing a pistol.

Aligarh SSP Kalanidhi Naithani, said, "There has been no complaint so far. No one has been found to be injured and the university administration is looking into the matter."

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