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Radicalization surging in educational institutions; authorities unmoved
11/12/2018 10:33:58 PM
Early Times Report

SRINAGAR, Nov 12: In a major concern, several educational institutions have turned into a hub of anti-national activities in Kashmir. This could be gauged from the fact that students and several teachers of various educational institutions have been involved in militancy activities.
Recently, the police arrested two students of Central University of Kashmir identified as Suhail Ahmad Ahmad Dar of Shopian and Mohammad Ismail Ganie of Baramulla, both of Political Science department.
These according to SSP Srinagar Imtiaz Ismail Parray have been involved in militant activities. The SSP Srinagar has been quoted by a local news agency that they involved in militancy related activities.
In the last few months, there have been many incidents where the students or teachers were found involved in militancy activities. These incidents happen according to source because of growing radicalization in many educational institutions. The official said that even some of the faculty members were supporting the students to indulge in anti-national activities.
The source said that Governor was also unhappy with the authorities of educational institutions for allowing anti-national activities.
"It is the job of authorities to keep a check on educational institutions," the source said.
"It is very strange that lecturers and professors have opposed the move of installing the CCTV cameras. The installation of CCTVs was for the security of students and to keep a check on anti-national elements in educational institutions," a senior police official said.
The official said that although the CCTVs were installed in few educational institutions but the process has been stalled in most of the educational institutions as identified by the security agencies.
The government has also directed the district development commissioners and college authorities for categorization of the educational institutions in the valley.
A police official said that they have written to the authorities several times to keep an eye on student activities.
"It seems the authorities of various educational institutions are not bothered to stop such activities and have objected to various security measures at the campus as recommended by the security agencies including installation of CCTV cameras," the police official said.
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