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Kashmiri students body forms helpline, urges K-students in India to remain calm

August 05, 2019 | BK DESK/SRINAGAR

In view of the prevailing situation in the valley, the J&K Students Association, a body of Kashmiri students outside Kashmir valley here on Sunday established helplines and online platforms to address the issues of Kashmiri Students studying outside Kashmir valley.
“We can feel the vulnerability and panic among all the Kashmiri students outside,” the spokesman of the body said in a statement issued to the press, “JKSA has set up a proper bridge for students in consultation with the authorities of different state’s, journalists, activists and allied departments to give proper heed to their problems.”
JKSA reaffirmed the pledge to carry forward its mission and help in easing out the problems of the student community.
The student's body also appealed to all the students to lodge their grievances openly so that meaningful solution can be found.
“We are working 24×7, in case we receive any complaint from any Kashmiri student. We will try to help to solve the problem within 24 hours,” JKSA spokespersons said.
The student organisation 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.
“We will take up your case individually with J&K Government, Police, Civil society, Human Rights Organisations, Journalists, Activists to address your complaints. The spokesman added that Students are requested to get in touch on, 9149676014, 7006037530, 9682367066, 9634336937, 7006903341,” JKSA spokesperson said.
JKSA also appealed Kashmiri students studying across the country to be patient and keep calm and control their emotions and to avoid debates. “We witnessed parents making frantic calls to their children advising them to remain away from venues, crowds and discussions,” JKSA said.
JKSA requested students not to write provocative things on social media to add fuel to the fire.

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Kashmiri students body forms helpline, urges K-students in India to remain calm

August 05, 2019 | BK DESK/SRINAGAR

In view of the prevailing situation in the valley, the J&K Students Association, a body of Kashmiri students outside Kashmir valley here on Sunday established helplines and online platforms to address the issues of Kashmiri Students studying outside Kashmir valley.
“We can feel the vulnerability and panic among all the Kashmiri students outside,” the spokesman of the body said in a statement issued to the press, “JKSA has set up a proper bridge for students in consultation with the authorities of different state’s, journalists, activists and allied departments to give proper heed to their problems.”
JKSA reaffirmed the pledge to carry forward its mission and help in easing out the problems of the student community.
The student's body also appealed to all the students to lodge their grievances openly so that meaningful solution can be found.
“We are working 24×7, in case we receive any complaint from any Kashmiri student. We will try to help to solve the problem within 24 hours,” JKSA spokespersons said.
The student organisation 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.
“We will take up your case individually with J&K Government, Police, Civil society, Human Rights Organisations, Journalists, Activists to address your complaints. The spokesman added that Students are requested to get in touch on, 9149676014, 7006037530, 9682367066, 9634336937, 7006903341,” JKSA spokesperson said.
JKSA also appealed Kashmiri students studying across the country to be patient and keep calm and control their emotions and to avoid debates. “We witnessed parents making frantic calls to their children advising them to remain away from venues, crowds and discussions,” JKSA said.
JKSA requested students not to write provocative things on social media to add fuel to the fire.


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Owner, Printer, Publisher, Editor: Farooq Ahmad Wani
Legal Advisor: M.J. Hubi
Printed at: Abid Enterprizes, Zainkote Srinagar
Published from: Gulshanabad Chraresharief Budgam
RNI No.: JKENG/2010/33802
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Postal Regd No: SK/135/2010-2019
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