In Dehradun, two College say wont admit kashmiris

Dr. Siddiqui told Indian Express, "Around 400-500 people from ABVP, VHP and Bajrang Dal protested in front of institute between 1 pm and 5 pm. They asked us to assure them that all Kashmiri students would be expelled from BFIT. I tried explaining that expelling students mid-term would affect their careers. Finally, keeping in mind the safety of the Kashmiri students, I had to give in writing that we won't accept any Kashmiri student from the next session. "Up to 250 students from J&K study in BFIT. Speaking to Indian Express, Director of Dehradun based Alpine College of management and technology, S K Chauhan said, "I have given in writing that we won't accept any Kashmiri student from the next session.

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Source of information News Report Place of incident University
Number of victims 250 Identity of victim Muslims
Location of incident University perpetrator Religion Hindu
perpetrator Organizational Right Wing Hindutva Was cross FIR filed 0
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Date of incident: February 17, 2019
Nature of Violence
  • Denial of access to public spaces/institutions
  • Discrimination in Education
  • Institutional discrimination
  • Causal factors
  • Religious identity
  • Name of the victim : Kashmiri Students
    Name of Perpetrator Dr Siddiqui, SK Chauhan, 400-500 activists of ABVP, VHP and Bajrang Dal
    State Uttarakhand
    District/City Dehradun
    Party In Power / Incidents INC - Indian National Congress
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