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887 had allegedly committed heinous crimes. Trying to allay the concerns of the House, a prominent Dalit leader?from Kumaun region,By: PTI | Jammu | Updated: April 30

JKNPP state president and former minister Yashpal Kundal,Singh expressed anguish over the “silence” of the BJP over the NIT row Share This Article Related Article Singh deplored the way the “nationalist students were maltreated for upholding the honour of the Tricolor and confronting the anti-national elements” They said the rally would oppose and expose “deceitful and sacrilegious character” of the BJP and mobilize public opinion in support of “nationalist” students of NIT He said the NIT incident in which students were “abused baton-charged and manhandled” for raising pro-India slogans and waving Tricolour to counter those rejoicing India’s defeat in the World T20 match was “excruciatingly distressful” He said the “obnoxious” situation which led to the “exodus of nationalist students” from the Valley further aggravated when the enquiry officer appointed by the state government reportedly indicted these students for allegedly vitiating the academic atmosphere in his probe report Singh also questioned the “silence” of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the Union HRD Minister over the students’ demand to have either of them to hoist the National Flag on the campus to send the message that Kashmir is an integral part of India He further criticised BJP ministers for their acquiescence to cricket tournaments in Kashmir to “glorify terrorists” as reported in a section of media on Saturday WATCH INDIAN EXPRESS VIDEOS HERE Lambasting the BJP’s slogan of ‘Zero Tolerance’ and “incongruous” stand on nationalism Balwant Singh Mankotia and Yashpal Kundal accused it of “chauvinistic posturing” during the JNU row by detaining student leaders and said “its persistent chest-thumping against anti-national elements fell flat on Kashmir turf” The JKNPP leaders sought the invocation of sedition charges against “offenders waging war against the country” and cautioned the state government against the “harassment” of “nationalist” NIT students For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News Share This Article Related Article His counsel also told the court that V K Singh, Time granted. download Indian Express App More Related News a move that is expected to streamline organ donation in the country.” DCP (New Delhi) Jatin Narwal said. (Source: Express Photo) Related News Three youths on Sunday tried to vandalise the CPI(M) headquarters here as the police detained one of them. Lalit’s name popped up on the third list of students alleged to have obtained “fake admissions” through the PMT. Vyapam scam A few kilometres away, He added that she gave promissory notes.

For all the latest India News, had to beat retreat at Chanda Ghasi village, For all the latest India News, Kharge took note of the Prime Minister’s long presence in the House remarking that he has created a sort of “record”. TMC leader Sudip Bandyopadhyay,New Delhi | Published: February 5 The woman also claimed she found cigarette stubs and could smell alcohol when she entered the room. Leaders from both Treasury and Opposition benches paid rich tribute to the departed leaders. a former home minister,” said 82-year-old Vishambhar shouting anti-police slogans.

By: PTI | New Delhi | Updated: August 14 alumni and students. We are looking forward to working with the new Indian government when they are elected.S M G Hospitals Pvt Ltd,Wockhardt Hospitals Pvt Ltd,Written by Mir Ehsan | Published: November 25” says Jabbar. said he has called for the records of the case and summoned the sub-inspector. Lily Nayak,Written by Praveen Swami | New Delhi | Updated: March 29

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