Kashmiri understudies pummeled: Owaisi points the finger at Khattar govt

Kashmiri understudies pummeled Owaisi points the finger at Khattar govt
Kashmiri understudies pummeled Owaisi points the finger at Khattar govt

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All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) boss Asaduddin Owaisi on Saturday denounced the claimed ambush on two Kashmiri understudies in Haryana and blamed the state government for neglecting to satisfy its sacred duty.

Conversing with ANI, Owaisi said that the Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar-drove government has hopelessly neglected to give insurance to the “life and appendage of the state’s kin”. “The episode obviously demonstrates that the legislature has flopped in satisfying its established obligation and I emphatically censure the beating of the Kashmiri understudies,” Owaisi said. “Kashmir is an essential piece of India and it will dependably be. What message would we say we are sending? What wrongdoing have they done? Who are the vigilantes to target them? The administration is following its belief system as opposed to giving security to individuals,” he included.

Prior to the day, the Haryana Police held up an FIR regarding the episode at the Central University of Haryana, in Mahendergarh. The FIR was enlisted at the Mahendergarh Police Station, under segments 148 (Rioting, furnished with a destructive weapon), 149 (unlawful get together liable of offense towards the basic protest), 341 (wrongful limitation) and 323 (willfully causing hurt) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC). Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti required the Haryana experts to examine the occurrence and make a strict move after reports of the strike developed on Friday.The two understudies, Aaftab Ahmed and Amzad Ali, portrayed the episode to ANI.

“Recently, my companion and I had gone to Mahendergarh to get a few things and before leaving for the college, we likewise went to the mosque to offer Namaz. When we turned out, we saw a few people tailing us, however, we didn’t pay much regard,” Aaftab Ahmed said. “Next, we went to a tailor’s shop for my work, and when I sat on the bicycle, a gathering of 15 to 20 individuals came and began beating us,” the other understudy Amzad Ali said.The culprit did not offer any explanation for their actions, regardless of the understudies over and again asking what their blame was. Their call for help likewise went unheard by the bystanders. “Before long, police touched base at the spot and requesting that we go to the healing facility. We went for a checkup and came back to our college grounds. We educated workforce regarding the occurrence and held up a dissension with the college,” Ahmed said.


Avishek Rajbanshi

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