Mirwaiz, Malik Visit Injured Students At SMHS

SRINAGAR — Hurriyat Conference (M) chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) chairman Thursday visited the SMHS Hospital here to inquire about the health of dozens of students who were injured in an explosion inside a school in South Kashmir’s Pulwama district on Wednesday.

Mirwaiz met the injured students and inquired about the treatment being provided to them besides praying to Almighty for their speedy inquiry, according to a statement.

Malik on Thursday also visited the SMHS Hospital and met with students who were injured in the mysteries blast on Wednesday, a JKLF statement said. 

Malik along with a delegation comprising of Noor Muhammad Kalwal, Sheikh Abdul Rashid, Ashraf Bin Salam and Ghulam Muhammad Dar visited SMHS hospital and met with the injured students Rasikh Shabir, Muneeb Nazir, Faisal Hameed, Wasek Manzoor, Moeen ul islam, Ubaid Farooq, Abrar Nazir, Saima Yakoob and Safoora Farooq.

Malik met with these injured, talked to their attendants’ and doctors on duty and enquired about the health status of these injured people.

Expressing solidarity with these victims, Malik said that “this mysterious blast reminds us of the fact that Kashmiris are not safe anywhere and even not in their classrooms, schools and colleges.”

“Our lives unsafe everywhere and today on daily basis we are being forced to shoulder coffins of our dear ones, carry injured to hospitals and bear tyranny and oppression unleashed by the oppressors,” Malik said and also prayed for the speedy recovery of these injured youth.

Shopian: CCTVs to keep vigil on coaching centres

Deputy Commissioner Shopian Dr Owais Ahmad Thursday convened a meeting with coordinators of various coaching centres to discuss operationalisation of tuition centres in the district.

During the meeting, he stressed for the installation of CCTV cameras in and outside the coaching centres to keep close vigil upon the activities of students.

Detailed discussions were held on registration of the coaching centres, class wise enrolment, fee structure, list of candidates under reservation quota, list of faculty members and their qualification and other related issues.

The DC said that the students of the district have shown outstanding performance in various fields and need of the hour is to guide them in a proper way. He enjoined upon Coordinators of coaching centres to provide an educational environment to the students with modern facilities including heating, seating, lighting and toilet facilities. He exhorted for the upliftment of students in general and particularly children belonging to under privileged class of society under 10% reservation quota. Among others ADC Shabir Hussain and other concerned officials attended the meeting.

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