J&K Students Association Takes Up Issue of Assault on 18 Kashmiri Students in Jhansi with UP Chief Minister's Office

 Srinagar, Oct 02(KNS): The Jammu and Kashmir Students Association has taken up the matter of the assault on 18 Kashmiri students in Jhansi, Uttar Pradesh, with the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister's Office. In a statement, the Uttar Pradesh President of the Association, Manzoor Wani, said that the National Convenor of the Association, Nasir Khuehami, has spoken to Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister's Advisor, Awanish Awasthi, and urged him for urgent intervention.

He requested the Advisor for a comprehensive inquiry into the assault to identify the perpetrators and ensure they are held accountable under the law. Khuehami urged him to take cognizance of this gory incident and ensure swift action to apprehend the culprits, thereby ensuring justice for the young students, Wani said.

Responding to Khuehami's request, Awasthi assured all cooperation from the Chief Minister's office and affirmed that they will look into the matter immediately. He assured that strict action will be taken against all those found intimidating Kashmiri Students.

Khuehami also urged to constitute a high-level committee to oversee the welfare of Kashmiri students and assure them of a secure environment conducive to learning. This step is essential to ensure that such incidents never recur in the future and that the educational interests of J&K students are safeguarded.

The Association remains hopeful that the Uttar Pradesh government will take swift action, and the perpetrators will be brought to justice. The safety and well-being of Kashmiri students are of paramount importance.(KNS).

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