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Five Kashmiri students hurt in Haryana clash

Yamna Nagar(Kashmir Dispatch): At least five students from Jammu and Kashmir were grievously hurt when a scuffle broke out at a college in Indian state Haryana.

Five Kashmiri students hurt in Haryana clash

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The scuffle between students took place at the Global Research Institute for Management and Technology, in the state’s Yamna Nagar district on Saturday afternoon when they were lined up for lunch.

An injured student told Kashmir Dispatch that few outsiders broke into the college mess and jumped the queue when several students had queued up.

“We asked them to wait in the queue but they started to attack us with iron roads and sticks, their voices suggested that they are ABVP supporters” a student of engineering who wished not to be named said.

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Most of the injured have head injuries and are recuperating at the hospital. The students said at least a dozen of them were injured during the action.

Source:  kashmirdispatch.com

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  1. #‎AMU‬ Students are shocked at the attack on ‪#‎Kashmiri‬ students at Global Research Institute for Management and Technology in Yamuna Nagar, Haryana. In a statement AMUSU President said: “We strongly condemn the entry of local goons into the college premises and their attack with the iron rods and other weapons on students of the college. It is not only the shame for the College administration but also deliberate negligence of the state authorities, who could not help the students in time. It is also a national shame that such activities are taking place regularly against the students from the valley in the educational institutions, and the authorities are unable to ensure the safety. AMUSU stands with the victims of the violence and demands strict action against the culprits. We demand strict action against the College administration and civil administration that failed to provide security to the students. We call upon MHRD to take notice of the situation and make campuses peaceful and productive for higher learning. — Abdullah Azzam, President AMUSU