UP police asks AMU to furnish details of IIOJK students 

Aligarh, January 03, 2023 (PPI-OT):Panic grips the students from Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir as police in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh have sought the details of all the Kashmiri students studying at the Aligarh Muslim University (AMU). An official circular of the AMU’s controller for examinations has been written to all the facilities of the varsity seeking details of the students which is to be submitted to the Uttar Pradesh Police.

“I am directed to request you to kindly furnish the Information with regard to (i) the total number of students studying in your Faculty / Centre, etc. (Male / Female-wise) and the Total Number of Jammu and Kashmir students admitted (Male / Female-wise, with complete detail) during the session 2022-2023 to the Proctor,” the circular read. The information sought includes the student’s name, name of father, permanent, present address, class / course, and mobile number, read the circular. The details are to be submitted to the Superintendent of Police for Aligarh District in Uttar Pradesh, it added.

The development comes days after several Kashmiri students including a Ph.D. scholar were attacked in the AMU. The incident had triggered protest demonstrations in the campus. The protesting students said that some students of the university were playing badminton at 1 am and a Ph.D. scholar from IIOJK asked them not to disturb the other students.

“The students who were playing badminton in anger started thrashing him. The matter didn’t end here, some more non-local students came in a group on the very next day and thrashed the Kashmiri students,” the protesters said. It is to mention here that the Kashmiri students are attacked every now and then across India. However, instead of taking action against the attackers, the police harass the Kashmiri students.

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