Srinagar: Six Kashmiri students on Wednesday evening were released from jail after Dehradun police verified their credentials.
They were thrashed in Combined Institute of Medical Sciences & Research (CIMS) Dehradun on Monday by some rightwing activists and RSS goons and later arrested by Dehradun police.
All Kashmiri students reportedly confined themselves inside their rooms after they were ‘threatened’ by RSS goons alleging the police didn't take any action against the culprits.
In a statement issued to a local news agency, KNS, the J&K Students Union picked up the matter with IGP CID, Abdul Gani Mir, IGP Dehradun, SSP Harawala, NSUI state president, Director of the concerned College Dr. Jaduan. “The matter has amicably been resolved,” the statement said.
“Six Kashmiri students who was in Harawala police custody were released and we will take strict action against the culprits,” KNS quoted Director of CIMS College Dehradun, Dr. Jaduan as having said. “We have already filed an FIR against a student who is involved in this case.”
The victim students have expressed sincere thanks to President of All Jammu and Kashmir Students Union Syed Tajamul Imran , Spokesman of AJKSU Nasir Khuehami, IGP Kashmir , IGP Dehradun and College authorities.
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