Rajnath tells all states to ensure safety of Kashmiris
Apr 21 2017 by Desiree Burns
Rajnath Singh's remarks came a day after six Kashmiri students studying in Mewar University were were beaten up by some locals in Chittorgarh district.
Stating that Kashmiris were a part of the family, he appealed to everyone to ensure the safety of Kashmiri students living in other parts of the country.
Srinagar (Jammu and Kashmir): Jammu and Kashmir Deputy Chief Minister Nirmal Singh on Thursday said Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led government by banning the use of red beacon on vehicles attached to dignitaries has sent out a clear message that leaders are the servants of people.
"I have come to know that there were a few incidents of misbehaviour towards Kashmiris in some places".
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"In the coming months, security forces are likely to step up action against people working covertly for separatists", the reports added.
"I have asked the home secretary to immediately issue an advisory to all the states to ensure the safety and security of Kashmiri students", Singh said. "They are also equal citizens of the country", the Home minister said.
According to a report in Times of India, these Kashmiri students claimed that they were taunted over the recent viral video of a CRPF jawan being heckled in Budgam. I appeal to all the youth to consider them as their brothers.
Hoardings asking Kashmiri students to leave Uttar Pradesh have appeared in Meerut. The police said a group of residents approached the students and asked them their names and where they were from. "Boycott those Kashmiris who pelt stones at Indian Army".