Kashmir students clash with Indian troops; many injured

Kashmir students clash with Indian troops; many injured

Kashmir students clash with Indian troops; many injured

Leaving dozens of students and policemen injured, clashes broke out between security forces and agitating students in different parts of the Kashmir Valley.

All examinations scheduled for Tuesday have also been postponed, an official said.

The students were apparently angered by a police raid on a college in southern Pulwama district on Saturday in which at least 60 students were injured.

"We want to lodge our protest against the forces raid on a college and beating and injuring of students".

Fearing fresh protests by the agitating students, the authorities had announced the shutdown of Pulwama college for two days.

Students of the S P College in Srinagar blocked the Maulana Azad Road on Monday as police used tear smoke in a bid to clear it. "How has Mehbooba government allowed security men to barge into a college and use force on students in its premises", said the protesting students, who were staging anti-government, anti-Mehbooba and pro-freedom slogans.

As the police sealed the college exits, the students started demonstrating within the premises. "A lady constable had a fracture in her arm". They also protested in Pattan, Sopore, Baramulla, Handwara, Kupwara, Bandipora in North Kashmir, Ganderbal and Budgam in Central Kashmir and Shopian, Kulgam, Anantnag, Tral and Pulwama in South Kashmir.

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The students had called for protests against Saturday's incident in Pulwama town in which over 50 students were injured in a fighting that erupted with security forces after they objected to the setting up of a security post outside the Pulwama College. Several students are reported injured.

Some schools, including the Delhi Public School at Srinagar, had declared a holiday on Monday in view of the growing tensions and resentment in the student community against Saturday's incidents in Pulwama.

The police had claimed that a normal naka had been established around 200 meters away from the college premises. It said, "As class work ended some miscreants started pelting stones at the naka party. To handle the stone pelting reinforcement was rushed to the spot". Barring a few places places, police have used force nearly everywhere.

"We were trying to go for a peaceful protest but police stopped us and clashes ensued".

Injured students had to be transported to a hospital in Srinagar for specialised treatment. Several security personnel also sustained injuries in stone-pelting incidents, officials said.

However, the Human Rights Commission (SHRC) has taken cognizance of the "alleged" disproportionate use of force against students of Pulwama college.

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