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Kashmiri students exempted from paying late fee

Mir thanks Punjab CM 

December 02, 2019 | BK NEWS DESK/SRINAGAR

Jammu and Kashmir Pradesh Congress Committee (JKPCC) president G A Mir Sunday expressed gratitude to government of Punjab for ensuring respite to Kashmiri students studying in different colleges and universities in Punjab.
According to reports Kashmiri students who are pursuing different courses and degrees in various colleges and universities in Punjab were asked to pay late fees for late admission.
Mir while expressing gratitude to Chief Minister of Punjab Capt Arminder Sing for providing respite to the students said, “Punjab Chief Minister helped out the students by directing the colleges and universities not to force Kashmiri students to pay late fees.
Mir appreciated the concern of the Punjab CM for securing future of the students, who have already suffered immensely due to the disturbing situation prevailing in the valley. Meanwhile, Jammu and Kashmir Pradesh Congress Committee (JKPCC) Sunday questioned the government’s decision of not granting immediate compensation in favour of family of Congress sarpanch, who was killed in Hakoora attack last week.
While hailing the decision of sanctioning of ex-gratia of Rs 30 lacs in favour of the family of deceased Junior Agricultural Extension officer, a spokesperson of the Congress said, “We except same treatment in favour of deceased (KNS)

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Kashmiri students exempted from paying late fee

Mir thanks Punjab CM 

December 02, 2019 | BK NEWS DESK/SRINAGAR

Jammu and Kashmir Pradesh Congress Committee (JKPCC) president G A Mir Sunday expressed gratitude to government of Punjab for ensuring respite to Kashmiri students studying in different colleges and universities in Punjab.
According to reports Kashmiri students who are pursuing different courses and degrees in various colleges and universities in Punjab were asked to pay late fees for late admission.
Mir while expressing gratitude to Chief Minister of Punjab Capt Arminder Sing for providing respite to the students said, “Punjab Chief Minister helped out the students by directing the colleges and universities not to force Kashmiri students to pay late fees.
Mir appreciated the concern of the Punjab CM for securing future of the students, who have already suffered immensely due to the disturbing situation prevailing in the valley. Meanwhile, Jammu and Kashmir Pradesh Congress Committee (JKPCC) Sunday questioned the government’s decision of not granting immediate compensation in favour of family of Congress sarpanch, who was killed in Hakoora attack last week.
While hailing the decision of sanctioning of ex-gratia of Rs 30 lacs in favour of the family of deceased Junior Agricultural Extension officer, a spokesperson of the Congress said, “We except same treatment in favour of deceased (KNS)


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