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EFLU calls for bandh today

EFLU calls for bandh today
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science7Students organisations in EFLU called for a complete shutdown onA Monday against the death of Kashmir Scholar who died last night in his...

science7Students organisations in EFLU called for a complete shutdown onA Monday against the death of Kashmir Scholar who died last night in his hostel room under the mysterious circumstances. Students tooled this decision to express their anger against the death of their fellow Mudasir Kamarn and against the administration of University and the Proctor of the university, who has been alleged to use abusive words against the Kamran and further harassed him.

EFLU has also demanded that proctor Professor Harish K. Vijra should be sacked from his position and should be arrested for harassing the Ph D Scholar. Students also demanded that compensation of 20 lakh and a job should be granted Mudasir's family. They further demanded education should be provided to two younger sisters of deceased. Meanwhile, a case has been registered against the proctor EFLU, and investigations were started in the mysterious death of Kashmiri Scholar.

It is known that Kamran had arguments with some junior students regarding the execution of Afzal's Guru hanging. "A seminar was organised in which many professors and students participated to express their point of view but the discussion turned into arguments and heated words were exchanged between Kamran and some junior students of university," a Eflu student said on the condition of anonymity. Meanwhile protests also broke out in Parigam village of Pulwama against the death of Kamran.

Markets were shut and traffic went off the roads as the news of spread in the district. Police and central reserve police force (CRPF) in full riot gear was moved out in Pulwama town and other parts of the district to tackle the sensitive law and order issue. Stray incidents of stone pelting by angry youths occurred in some parts of the district.. Police sources said that body of deceased would be sent to his home on Monday morning.

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