Haryana Police held 3 for attacking J&K students

Posted February 05, 2018

The two boys of the Central University of Haryana in Mahendragarh had gone to the market after offering Friday prayers when they were allegedly surrounded and assaulted with sticks, bricks and helmets.

In December previous year, the government had said it would hold the panchayat elections from February 15. The bitter truth is that today people from adjacent villages come to throw stones at the security forces during such an operation. The Kashmiri students have alleged that they were assaulted without any provocation.

When the students asked why they were being attacked, the mob did not respond and continued beating them mercilessly which caused severe injuries to them. Shocked and confused by the sudden attack, the students looked around for help but people just stood there and watched. They said that railway authorities let them off after advising them not to carry gas cylinders next time in the train, but as soon as the train reached Vidisha Railway Station, the cops from Habib Gunj Police Station directed them to alight from the train.

"Two incidents happened in Mahendragarh yesterday". We went to the hospital for a check-up and returned to the university campus.

Mr. Khan said the Cabinet would consider the views gathered on Sunday and "take a final call". "The pseudo nationalist woman who tweeted the photograph with misleading caption abused us even in front of the police and other locals", the students said. J&K Director General of Police Shesh Paul Vaid said he is in touch with the top cop in Haryana over the case.

Jammu: Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti on Friday said the Army had not filed any counter FIR in a firing incident in Shopian district in which three civilians were killed. Irked over the incident, she took to Twitter and said,"Shocked and disturbed to hear reports of Kashmiri students being assaulted in Mahendargarh, Haryana".

The chief minister also stressed that action against the guilty would not hurt the morale of the Army and pledged to take the case to a "logical end".

Former J&K CM Omar Abdullah tagged Prime Minister Narendra Modi in a tweet and said that the incident goes against the spirit of his outreach for Kashmiris. "I tell you with authority that the Indian constitution is flexible enough to accommodate and adjust the wishes and aspirations of the people of all the three regions of the state".