Students protest at Ganderbal, say won’t write exams 

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SRINAGAR: Students of class 10th and 12th today staged a pro­test in Ganderbal demanding deferment of examinations. Re­ports said that students of vari­ous schools staged demonstra­tions in Duderhama and Prang areas of Kangan. 

Several students told media, “We are not prepared for writ­ing the examination. On one side they are killing our and on the other side they want us to take exams. We won’t appear for ex­ams in any case. We are united in this decision,” said the students. 

One student Bisma from Ganderbal said, “I lost all my books and notes. The forces raided the houses in our area during the night raids and in the mayhem I found my bag and books tore apart,” she said. 

Another student Amir said that it seriously shows that how much education is important for them. “After killing Junaid, a student of class 7th, they want others to appear for examina­tions,” he said. (PTK) 

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