SRINAGAR: Jammu and Kashmir Governor NN Vohra, who is also chancellor of the Kashmir University on Tuesday faced humiliation when scores of university students holding placards with anti-India, pro-Azadi and pro-separatist leaders’ slogans during his visit to the university campus for laying foundation stone of several buildings.
Governor Vohra accompanying KU’s vice chancellor Khurshid Anderabi slowed down his motorcade to read the slogans on the placards and to listen the slogans of agitating students belonging to the Kashmir university students’ union assembled outside the institute of Kashmir studies protesting ostensibly against “killings of civilians and militants” during last few months across the valley.
Reports said, students, holding placards with anti-India slogans written over them, assembled outside the Institute of Kashmir Studies and protested against the recent civilian and militant killings, besides, they also raised pro-Azadi and pro-separatist leaders’ slogans, the eyewitnesses said.
In an another significant move, the army today released the list of most wanted HM terrorists operating in south Kashmir areas.
Militants on Monday night attacked an army patrol at Drbgam area of south Kashmir’s Pulwama district.
Senior Superintend of Police (SSP) Pulwama Choudary Mohammad Aslam said, the army’s 44 RR patrolling party was fired upon by militants at Drabgam. The fire was retaliated, however, there was no injury on the either side, SSP said.