New Delhi, Oct 15, CNS: Bhartiya Janata Party senior leader Engineer Ajaz Hussain Monday met Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh to sought his intervention in revoking the suspension order of three Kashmiri students at Aligarh Muslim University.
Pertinently, AMU management suspended three Kashmiri students after a row erupted when some Kashmiri students of AMU gathered near the Kennedy Hall on the campus to hold prayer meetings for Manan Bashir Wani, a 27-year-old PhD student who had quit the university to join militant ranks in the Valley. On Thursday, Wani was killed in an encounter with the security forces in Shatgund village in Handwara area of north Kashmir’s Kupwara district.
“The Home Minister of India gave a patient hearing and assured me of revoking the suspension order of three Kashmiri students,” Ajaz Hussain told news agency CNS over phone from New Delhi.
“I demanded that Kashmiri students across India should not be harassed and requested him to revoke the suspension order of three Kashmiri students,” he said and added that in response to his request the Union Minister assured him all possible helpt to ensure safe environment for Kashmiri students.
He said that Union Minister for Home asked Kashmiri students studying at AMU to follow the rules and guidelines and don’t indulge in such activities that could vitiate the atmosphere.
Pertinently, police have already filed an FIR against Wasim Malik, Abdul Mir, and one unnamed person from Kashmir for offering funeral prayers in favor of Manan Wani. (CNS)