Kashmiri students studying at Quaid-e-Azam University were subjected to the worst violence simply because they were not vacating their hostel rooms. The incident took place on June 20. Demonstration was held in the university against this incident today.
According to reports, university students have demanded immediate arrest of the perpetrators. He said that Quaid-e-Azam University has become a hub for language groups. There is a group of about 30 students within the Punjab Students Council. These are the people involved in the June 20 violence.
We strongly condemn the torture of Kashmiri students at Quaid-e-Azam University and the desecration of the Kashmir flag. On the one hand, state oppression is being perpetrated on Kashmiris in Pakistan and India, on the other hand, efforts are being made to keep them away from education. pic.twitter.com/mw7uxKFsIf
– Haqooq-e-Khalq Party (aHaqooq_e_Khalq) June 23, 2022
He was severely beaten by members of the same group for occupying a student’s allotted room in a university hostel. But the Kashmiri student did not allow his room to be occupied by him.
Later on the next day, about 30 students of this language group once again attacked the unarmed Kashmiri students and not only tortured them with sticks but also severely injured them by stabbing them with knives and knives. According to reports, more than 20 Kashmiri students were injured in the dispute which started with the room allotment dispute in the hostel.
Senior Home Ministry officials have taken note of the dispute and initiated action against those involved. Students say that a group is committing common bullying in the university and there is no one to stop it.