Kashmiris attacked in Chandigarh college

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    Kashmiris attacked in India’s Chandigarh college


    SPCET principal admits ‘minor nature’ injuries to Kashmiri students

    Daily Times Monitor
    August 27, 2014

    CHANDIGARH, India – In yet another incident related to cricket, at least half a dozen Kashmiri students sustained injuries after Indian students and residents allegedly thrashed them at the Swami Parmanand College of Engineering & Technology (SPCET) in Chandigarh, forcing them to flee.

    The Kashmiri students were watching cricket match between Pakistan and Sri Lanka in the hostel room, when the Indian students thrashed them. “Around 9pm, we were watching Pakistan’s match in Block A of the college hostel when around 80 Indian students barged into our block and started thrashing us ruthlessly,” said Nazim Mughal, a 6th semester BTech student.


    “The reason for their aggression against us was Pakistan’s match. They didn’t like it. It was intolerable for them to see us watching the match,”
    the Kashmiri student said. Following the incident, the hostel’s warden and police rushed to the spot and directed the Kashmiri students to remain in their rooms. “We obeyed their order,” the students said.

    “At 12am, around 25 masked men, holding iron rods and sticks, barged into our block and beat us mercilessly. They also broke glasses of windows. These people were not students but outsiders,” the students said.
    They said that the thrashing incidents led to injuries to at least six students who belong to Indian-held Kashmir. “Fortunately, no one among us sustained head injuries,” they said.

    “The police arrived again and detained four students, however, they were freed later,” said Muhammad Rashid, a student who is basically from Jammu. Following the attacks, the students requested the college authorities to return their documents so that they could go back to their homes in the disputed state of Jammu Kashmir. “We felt insecure in the institution,” said Nazim.

    About 250 to 300 students from Indian-held Jammu Kashmir are studying in the college and 90 per cent are admitted here under a government scheme. College principal Jyoti Kaul Matto said that there was a ‘minor scuffle’ between the students and claimed it has no connection with the cricket match. She admitted that there were injuries to the students but of ‘minor nature.’


    http://www.dailytimes.com.pk/nationa...digarh-college
     
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    Wtf, this time it wasn't even about India!
    The students were watchting the ODI between PAk-SL.
    This is simply pathetic.
     
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    Wtf, this time again paki propaganda... :facepalm:

     
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    I don't know what we have to do to make these Kashmiri students patriotic, but nobody can help them.
    They don't deserve to be given our money for there education because we are the taxpayers.
    Deport them to Pakistan and then they will came to know the importance of education, independence and social life.
     
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    How about kicking India out of IoK and let them live their own life in dignity?
     
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    Your heart bleeding humanism is the laughing stock of DFI. Maybe we will take you seriously after you have solved all the human right abuses against minorities in pakiland, you have apologized and repatriated all the families of balochs whose children were tortured & killed and hung the paki soldiers who destroyed villages in waziristan, backed off from the suppression of sindhis & mohajirs. All that will be a starting point to show your commitment to real human rights.

     
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    This is the best you can come up with? :rofl:
    The incident has nothing to do with Pakistan, find some better excuse to troll.
     
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    No surprise there from you, dodge the real questions and persist on your dogma...

    Forgot the smiley :D

     
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    Keep making excuses to derail the topic.
    Easy escape indeed. :)
     
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    Can't win an argument, why not derail the thread.
    Best of DFI's tactics sofar.

    Happy trolling.
     
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    It is to prove that campus violences are very common all around the world. What is fuss about it. So there is nothing to create a thread on it.
     
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    That is @Neo 's tactic, typical paki mentality.

    They will go around abusing everyone who can be abused, but become champions of peace and humanism at the slight hint of trouble elsewhere in the world.

    One of their greatest show of humanism was during the recent israeli-hamas war, while their soldiers were wiping out villages in waziristan and NWFP, pakistanis were rallying for how of humanity for the gazans.

    And in the case of this guy, the words 'troll(ing)', 'off-topic' and 'derail the thread' are his answers to most of our questions.

     
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    If you're done killing the messenger, please do share some sane comments about the topic.
     
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    @pmaitra @Virendra, please remove off-topic conments and personal attacks.
    Thanks
     
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