Kashmiri students, who returned from Dehradun, decide to go back
Srinagar, Mar 6: The Kashmiri students pursuing various technical and non-technical courses in Uttarakhand’s Dehradun on Wednesday decided to return back. Following Pulwama attack, around 3000 students had to flee back after they were harassed and beaten in Dehradun. In a meeting held here in Srinagar, the students held thorough deliberations over the issue and unanimously decided to return back. “We would approach the consultants, the state government and the Uttarakhand government, ask them to blacklist the colleges, where the incidents of harassment were reported,” said spokesperson, JKSA, Nasir Khuehami, a body of Kashmir students studying in Dehradun. Khuehami said that first batch, comprising of 50 students will leave for Dehradun within 2-3 days. “Around 3000 are studying in Dehradun. We were forced to leave the state. The incidents of harassment should not occur in future,” he said. Khuehami said that the onus of any untoward incident, happening with them hereafter would come on to the governments. “We are bound to join back. Our future is at stake. Both the governments, Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) government and Uttarakhand government are bound to ensure our safety,” he said. “We have missed several lectures. We would make a fervent appeal to the college administrations to conduct extra classes so that the left out topics are covered,” he added.