SRINAGAR: Kashmir University Students Union (KUSU) has issued advisory to all the Kashmiri student community studying in India and urged to be vigilant and remain united in groups as well as help each other out as much as possible.
KUSU is deeply anguished over the killing of Mudasir Kamran in Hyderabad, India; and condemns it vehemently. The killing of Mudasir Kamran is a profound indication of the inherent barbarism of India and the deep seated hatred it harbours towards Kashmiris. Mudasirs killing is a culmination of the persecution that Kashmiri students have been facing in India in recent times. The killing of Mudasir is not the first instance of persecution of Kashmiri students in India. Infact Kashmiri students have been regularly harassed in the Indian states of Haryana, Madhya Pradesh, Dehradun etc.
The vicious and shameless propaganda that all organs of the Indian state have done over the killing of Mudasir since yesterday, is absolutely pathetic. Indian versions of the massacre of Kashmiris over the last 23 years have been tainted with bias and the cunning of a typical occupier. As such not even an iota of Indian narrative about Mudasirs killing can be taken as truth. Also Mudasirs family has given an unambiguous account of his tragic death.Those harping the Indian narrative are nothing but ignorant and naive about the hypocrisy of Indian occupation.
KUSU condoles the family of Mudasir Kamran who was a passout from Kashmir University. And hereby calls for suspension of class work in the University on 5 March, Tuesday. KUSU also advises the Kashmiri student community in India to be vigilant and remain united in groups as well as help each other out as much as possible. Going by the trends of Indian oppression over Kashmiris, the persecution is likely to increase in the future.
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