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Round the clock helpline set up by student community
9/22/2019 11:26:59 PM
Whether they belong to Kashmir or are outside the valley the student community has witnessed several problems. And to counter such problems Students Association--a body of Kashmiri students outside Kashmir valley on Sunday established helplines and online platforms to address issues of Kashmiri students. and try to mitigate their pro In a statement issued, the spokesman said "We can feel the vulnerability and panic among all the Kashmiri students studying outside," he said. "JKSA has set up a proper bridge for students in consultation with the Authorities of different states, journalists, activists and allied departments to give proper heed to their problems. It has reaffirmed the pledge to carry forward its mission and help in easing out the problems of the student community. It has also appealed to all the students to lodge their grievances openly so that meaningful solution can be found," he said.
The body is working 24×7, in case the body receive any complaint from any Kashmiri student. We will try to help to solve the problem within 24 hours. However, the student community has to address the state Government and the centre. Now that the Government of India is determined to abrogate .Article 370 and 35-A there is going to be some resistance from those securing restoration of all constitutional guarantees". And the situation on the ground is highly fluid and it depends on the role of the separatists and the Kashmir centric political leaders. If they keep calm and do not stage demonstrations an d the situation may become normal for the students community studying outside the state. If by chance these separatists and Kashmir centric political leaders, who are under detention, are out on the roads things would be difficult for those studying outside. The student organization has requested the students of Kashmir studying in different states to connect with the available helplines, where the students can report grievances, issues in campus or outside at educational institutions across State. This step may help the student community whether they belong to the state or are studying outside the state. Their future remains pegged with peace in Kashmir. And those who want to kick up tensions in the name of abrogation of Article 370 and 35-A may have to think of the studies of the student community lest they should become fodder for stone pelters and the bullets of the paramilitary forces.
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