Assembly: Today, It Is KU’s Law Students Watching Proceedings

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SRINAGAR: Law students from University of Kashmir are watching proceedings of the Legislative Assembly on Saturday.

Speaker Kavinder Gupta welcomed the law pursuing students into the house with thumping of benches from the Lawmakers.

It is third time that students have been invited by the government during on-going 2016-17 J&K Budget Session.

Over thirty law students from University of Kashmir are sitting in the public gallery watching the proceedings of the Lower House since 10:00 AM

Students had a chance to witness protests by Opposition and subsequent Walk Out. The students listened to Education Minister, Naeem Akhtar’s response over Delhi Public School’s (Athwajan) ban on Abhaya.

Earlier, students from Amira Kadal Girls Higher Secondary School witnessed the proceedings. They even met Speaker Kavinder Gupta and Secretary Assembly, Mohammad Ramzan Mir.

Thereafter, Mass Communication students from Islamic University of Science and Technology (IUST) also visited Assembly complex and watched the proceedings.

 

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