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Padmavati row: MNS says no protest for the sake of it

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>While political parties and caste groups are united in their opposition to the soon to be released movie ‘Padmavati,’ the Raj Thackeray led MNS has surprisingly refused to join the bandwagon. “Our stand is that we will not oppose the movie or condemn it before watching it or before the release,” said Ameya Khopkar, who heads the MNS cine wing. He added that they would watch the movie and “in case of objections,” discuss them with film maker Sanjay Leela Bhansali for a remedy. The movie is based on the legend Rani Padmavati, the wife of Maharawal Ratan Singh of Mewar, whose kingdom was invaded by Sultan Allauddin Khilji for capturing Padmini, who eventually committed jauhar.The MNS has in the past threatened Pakistani actors in the country and warned them if retribution. Last year, the MNS cine workers wing had also protested against film maker Karan Johar’s ‘Ae Dil Hai Mushkil’ as it started Pakistani actor Fawad Khan and opposed singing reality shows featured artistes from the neighbouring country. It has also protested the “wrong depiction” of Maharashtrians in Hindi sitcoms and serials.

Rajput Karni Sena threatens Deepika Padukone over ‘Padmavati’

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Protests continue to rage in Rajasthan over Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s movie Padmavati. Rajput Karni Sena (RKS) on Wednesday gave a call for Bharat Bandh on December 1. Karni Sena has been protesting against the film demanding a nationwide ban on its release. Ministers and erstwhile royals are also adding voice to the protest.RKS patron Lokendra Singh Kalvi on Wednesday flayed actor Deepika Padukone for her outburst against the protests. Kalvi said, “Deepika is like a daughter. She should exercise restrain.”Mahipal Makrana, RKS president, issued a veiled threat to the Bollywood actor saying, “Rajputs do not raise hand on women, but even Lakshman had cut off Surpanakha’s nose.” Kalvi said that he could not assure that there would be no further violence. This came from the patron a day after members of Rajput Karni Sena vandalized a cinema hall in Kota for showing the trailer of Padmavati.Dharohan Bachao Samiti — a Hindu organisation — burnt director Bhansali’s effigy and warned him of dire consequences if the film is released with historically incorrect content.Chairperson of the Rajasthan State Women’s Commission, Suman Sharma and minister of higher education Kiran Maheshwari have also opposed the film. Sharma has written a letter to Central Board of Film Certification chairperson Prasoon Joshi asking him to preview the film and give the report to the body. Maheshwari said Padmavati is a symbol of pride and her historical significance should not be misrepresented at any cost.In a major development scion of the erstwhile Udaipur (Mewar) royal family, Lakshyaraj Singh has issued a video and questioned the logic of creating an entertainment film on Padmavati, an issue that his family, as descendants, holds in very pious light.He called for unified efforts to urge the Government of India to form a strict law that prevents the distortion of history, culture, and stops hurting emotions in the name of entertainment.Singh said that the erstwhile royals of Mewar boycott all efforts to play with the dignity of his ancestors. The angst that has arisen in various segments should be used as means to unify all.He questioned the responsibility of the director Bhansali and the dignity that the artist should’ve maintained while portraying the characters of the film.The video comes at a time when protest against Padmavati has spread across the nation and the silence of the descendants of Padmavati (Padmini) was under scanner. Singh, in the video message, says that he did not believe in opposition through irresponsible statements and violence.Meanwhile the eight persons arrested for vandalizing the cinema hall at Kota have been remanded to judicial custody till November 19.

‘Bird Watching’ at Udaipur Festival soon, literally!

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Unlike its previous editions, the Udaipur Bird Festival scheduled in December this year will be a grander affair with novel activities. For the first time, organizers have introduced a ‘Bird Race’ in the festival, which would be a data gathering game about birds.A couple of days ago, the forest department officials and bird lovers met in Udaipur to chalk out a plan and execute preparations for the four-day bird festival, slated to begin on December 22.The meeting gave in-principle approval to hold the ‘bird race’ competition on the first day of the festival. According to sources, the various teams with their leaders will navigate a 40-km radius of the Van Bhawan in search for birds.The teams will scan, compile a list of every bird they spot and later submit a report on it. The team with maximum information will be declared the winner. Notably, over 125 migratory birds land in the Lake City, and this initiative could also help in cataloging them.The administration, along with forest department officials, is also planning to make the bird festival a bigger event that its previous renditions. With the dates being finalised this early, organisers hope they will also attract international bird lovers this time around. In the same meeting, plans were also approved to increase the participation of women in photo workshops.”A brochure detailing the entire plan is now being created. The organising team will contact noted participants in various bird festivals across the country and confirm their participation. Schools will be contacted to ensure participation of students during the bird festival,” one of the organisers said.The pollution-free atmosphere in the Mewar-Wagad belt is an annual attraction for birds from across the seven seas, and the previous three editions of the festival have helped bridge the gap between migratory birds and bird lovers.

Zee Media will celebrate Maharana Pratap birth anniv as Shaurya Diwas: Dr Subhash Chandra

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Rajya Sabha member and Essel Group Chairman Dr Subhash Chandra is on a visit to Udaipur. On the first day of his visit on Saturday, Dr Chandra made several important announcements while paying floral tributes at the samadhi of Maharana Pratap on Saturday. He also addressed a gathering at the event and said that Zee Media will celebrate Maharana Pratap Jayanti as Shaurya Diwas.The Group will organise Bhajan Sandhya every year on the occasion of Maharana Pratap’s birth anniversary. Dr Chandra also announced that a horseback riding statue of the great king of Mewar would also be installed, and added that he would do his best to develop the Samadhi site into a tourist spot.While maintaining that Maharana Pratap had not only fought wars to save the Hindu tradition, and that every youth and every strata of society takes inspiration from him, Dr Chandra also announced that a biography of the great king of Mewar will soon be published.On the occasion, Dr Chandra added that although he is not capable of adopting Maharana Pratap’s village, he will ensure development takes place. Dr Chandra will attend the Haldi Ghati Vijay Yudh Smriti function on Sunday.Dr Chandra was warmly welcomed at Udaipur’s Dabok airport. A huge crowd gathered to welcome him with garlands. He was accompanied by Samajwadi Party leader Amar Singh. Enr oute to Chawand village in Sarada Tehsil of Udaipur district, Dr Chandra was welcomed at 12 places.

Maharana took various sections along to protect motherland: Pb

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Rajput warrior Maharana Pratap struggled for his principles and values and gave a perspective of patriotism and freedom, Punjab Governor V P Singh Badnore said today. He said that his perspective has always inspired those cared for their freedom while addressing a gathering on 477th birth anniversary (according to the Vikram Samvat, the traditional Hindu calendar) in Pratapgarh district today. The Punjab governor said that during the Aurangzeb rule, the 10th Sikh Guru Govind Singh had also visited Mewar and he was possibly inspired by Maharana Pratap’s struggle. He also said that Guru Gobind Singh’s Khalsa Panth’s mission, ‘Wahe guru da khalsa, wahe guru ji di fatah’, reflects the philosophy of ‘Dharva Dharna Dharma, Tahhi Rakha Kartar’ of Mewar. “Maharana took various sections along to protect the motherland. His struggle is a source of inspiration. The Maharana Pratap Peeth established in Punjab University will research about his life,” he said. Punjab Assembly Speaker, Rana K P Singh said that Maharana Pratap was a guardian of Indian culture and values. Marathas and Sikhs walked on his paths to weaken the Mughals. Member of Parliament, C P Joshi said that due to warrior like Maharana Pratap, today whole world sees Mewar with respect. He said that I had requested the Prime Minister to release a postal stamp on his name, which was issued later. Addressing a gathering at Maharana Pratap’s coronation place Gogunda, state panchayati raj minister Rajendra Rathore announced to develop it into a smart village at the cost of Rs 30 crore. Vasundhara Raje-led government had taken up the work in 2006 but the subsequent government stalled it. Now, the work will be done in his remembrance, he added.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Fresh clashes between students, police in Srinagar

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –> Fresh clashes took place between the students and security personnel here on Monday as Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti while expressing her concern over the prevailing unrest urged the Centre to follow the footsteps of former prime minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee. Violence erupted after the students of S P Higher Secondary school marched and staged a protest on the busy Maulana Azad road here. The Jammu and Kashmir Government earlier in the day ordered to open all colleges and higher secondary schools. Mufti , who met Prime Minister Narendra Modi earlier in the day demanded that the ruling dispensation at the Centre must follow the footsteps of Vajpayee and reach out to the disillusioned and angry youth so as to restore a peaceful atmosphere for governance. Talking to the media after the meeting out the Prime Minister?s official 7, Lok Kalyan Marg on the national capital, Mehbooba said a conducive atmosphere is required for talks and governance. ?We must start from where Vajpayee ji left… Modi ji has repeatedly said that he would follow the footsteps of Vajpayee ji, whose policy was of reconciliation, not confrontation. There is no option but to talk,? she asserted. The meeting comes in the wake of recent incidents of violence, including the clashes between security forces and civilians during the Srinagar by-elections. Prime Minister Modi had earlier on Sunday urged all the Chief Ministers to take care of the students from Jammu and Kashmir in their respective states. His assertion came after Mehbooba raised the issue following assault of six Kashmiri students of Mewar University in Rajasthan by some locals.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Mehbooba urges Modi Govt. to follow Vajpayee’s footsteps

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –> Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti today demanded that the ruling dispensation at the Centre must follow the footsteps of former prime minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee and reach out to the disillusioned and angry youth so as to restore a peaceful atmosphere for governance. Talking to the media after the meeting, Mehbooba said a conducive atmosphere is required for talks and governance. ?We must start from where Vajpayee ji left… Modi ji has repeatedly said that he would follow the footsteps of Vajpayee ji, whose policy was of reconciliation, not confrontation. There is no option but to talk,? she asserted. The Chief Minister also said that she discussed the recent by-poll to Srinagar Lok Sabha constituency, which witnessed large-scale violence and the lowest turnout ever. ?I discussed the issue of less voting percentage in the recent elections and security situation in Jammu and Kashmir with Prime Minister Modi,? she said. Mehbooba?s PDP lost the seat in the by-poll to National Conference, just in nearly three years after the 2014 Lok Sabha elections. The Chief Minister also discussed the huge losses to the state due to the Indus water treaty. ?I pressed that Jammu and Kashmir doesn?t have control over water resources, and how losses caused by the Indus Waters Treaty can be compensated,? she said, adding the Prime Minister has assured assistance in this regard. The meeting comes in the wake of recent incidents of violence, including the clashes between security forces and civilians during the Srinagar by-elections. Prime Minister Modi had earlier on Sunday urged all the Chief Ministers to take care of the students from Jammu and Kashmir in their respective states. His assertion came after Mehbooba raised the issue following assault of six Kashmiri students of Mewar University in Rajasthan by some locals. The meeting assumes significance in the backdrop of several video clips surfacing in recent times, purportedly showing human rights abuses by the security forces. The Chief Minister later called on Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh. Meanwhile, fresh clashes were reported between police and students in Srinagar.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

PM Modi’s policies in line with those of Vajpayee Mehbooba

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –> Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti, who met Prime Minister Narendra Modi at his official 7, Lok Kalyan Marg residence here today amid a deteriorating law and order situation in the state, stated it is important to hold talks at the earliest and restore a peaceful atmosphere. Talking to the media after the meeting, Mehbooba said a conducive atmosphere is required for talks and governance, adding the disillusioned and angry youth indulge in stone pelting. ?We must start from where Vajpayee ji left… Modi ji has repeatedly said that he would follow the footsteps of Vajpayee ji, whose policy was of reconciliation, not confrontation. There is no option but to talk,? she asserted. The Chief Minister also said that she discussed the recent by-poll to Srinagar Lok Sabha constituency, which witnessed large-scale violence and the lowest turnout ever. ?I discussed the issue of less voting percentage in the recent elections and security situation in Jammu and Kashmir with Prime Minister Modi,? she said. Mehbooba?s PDP lost the seat in the by-poll to National Conference, just in nearly three years after the 2014 Lok Sabha elections. The Chief Minister also discussed the huge losses to the state due to the Indus water treaty. ?I pressed that Jammu and Kashmir doesn?t have control over water resources, and how losses caused by the Indus Waters Treaty can be compensated,? she said, adding the Prime Minister has assured assistance in this regard. The meeting comes in the wake of recent incidents of violence, including the clashes between security forces and civilians during the Srinagar by-elections. Prime Minister Modi had earlier on Sunday urged all the Chief Ministers to take care of the students from Jammu and Kashmir in their respective states. His assertion came after Mehbooba raised the issue following assault of six Kashmiri students of Mewar University in Rajasthan by some locals. The meeting assumes significance in the backdrop several video clips surfacing in recent times, purportedly showing human rights abuses by the security forces.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Mamata, Kejriwal skip PM led meet of NITI Aayog

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Politics came to play out in the NITI Aayog on Sunday with two most vocal critics of Prime Minister Narendra Modi — West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal — opting out from the meeting of its governing council.While Kejriwal may have Delhi civic body elections as an alibi for not attending the meeting and sending Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia instead, the West Bengal CM did not even bother to mention any reason for not attending the meet chaired by PM Modi.Mamata has been an open critic of NITI Aayog for not being a participatory forum unlike its predecessor — the Planning Commission. She had opted out even from the earlier NITI Aayog meetings as well.Most chief ministers attended the meeting as Modi had refused to allow their official representatives to participate in the deliberations. Modi had made it clear that only the CM or the Deputy Chief Minister will represent their states and no other official will be allowed to participate in the meeting.West Bengal’s finance and industries minister, Amit Mitra, who was supposed to attend the meeting in place of Mamata, could not attend it just because of this reason, sources said.Among the opposition ruled states, Punjab CM Captain Amarinder Singh, Bihar CM Nitish Kumar, Tripura CM Manik Sarkar, Karnataka CM Siddaramaiah and Tamil Nadu CM Edappadi K Palaniswami attended the meeting.Paying heed to Jammu and Kashmir CM Mehbooba Mufti’s observation, PM Modi urged all the state governments to reach out to the students of J&K in their respective states.The Prime Minister “urged states to reach out to these students (of J&K) from time to time,” said a statement by the PMO.Six Kashmiri students of Mewar University in Rajasthan were recently thrashed by some locals, while, in Meerut, a hoarding had been put up asking Kashmiris to leave Uttar Pradesh.Taking note of the invitation extended by Mehbooba to various state governments to organise events in J&K “the Prime Minister suggested that states could organise events there,” the statement said.MODI ON KASHMIR STUDENTS’ ISSUEPaying heed to Jammu and Kashmir CM Mehbooba Mufti’s observation, PM Modi urged all the state governments to reach out to the students of J&K in their states.Six Kashmiri students of Mewar University in Rajasthan were recently thrashed by some locals, while, in Meerut, a hoarding had been put up asking Kashmiris to leave Uttar Pradesh.

Home Ministry for "strict action" against those harassing

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Concerned over disturbing reports about “harassment” of Kashmiri students, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh today asked chief ministers of all states to ensure their safety. The Home Ministry also issued an advisory to states to take “strict action” against those responsible for such incidents. “I have come to know that there were a few incidents of misbehaviour towards Kashmiris in some places. I appeal to all the chief ministers to ensure security of Kashmiris in their states. “I appeal to everyone to consider the Kashmiri youths as their own brethren and treat them well,” Home Minister Rajnath Singh told reporters in New Delhi. Later in the evening, the Home Ministry issued an advisory asking the states to ensure safety and security of Kashmiri students. “Recently there have been reports of harassment of students of Jammu and Kashmir studying in educational institutions in some states. The state governments and police authorities are hereby requested to take strict action to ensure the safety and security of students from Jammu and Kashmir,” it said. “The state governments and union territories are requested to sensitise the nodal officers already appointed earlier for addressing such complaints from students of Jammu and Kashmir,” it said. The development comes against the backdrop of reports about clashes involving Kashmiri students in Rajasthan and banners asking people from Kashmir to quit Uttar Pradesh. In Uttar Pradesh’s Meerut, banners calling for boycott of Kashmiris and asking people from the valley to leave the state came up but were removed by the police. Police have registered an FIR against Amir Jani, the leader of the Hindu right group Uttar Pradesh Nav Nirman Sena for putting up the posters in several places in the city. The poster has a picture of masked protesters hurling stones in Kashmir and a warning “Kashmiris, quit Uttar Pradesh or else…”. It also calls for a boycott of Kashmiris pelting the Indian army personnel with stones. Jani said the banners and hoardings were put along the Partapur bypass outside the colleges where Kashmiri students study. The outfit warned it was only the first step and that it will launch a “halla bol” campaign from April 30 to “banish” Kashmiris who do not leave the state on their own. The SHO of Partapur police station Dinesh Sharma said the banners have been pulled down. Sub-Inspector Vipin Kumar said an FIR has been registered under IPC sections related to promoting or attempting to promote disharmony on the grounds of religion, race, place of birth, residence, language, caste or community. Reports from Rajasthan said tension prevailed in Chittorgarh on Wednesday when a group of locals clashed with Kashmiri students of Mewar university. The clash occurred after the locals allegedly called Kashmiri students “stone pelters” and taunted them over a video showing CRPF personnel being heckled and assaulted in the Kashmir valley. A video clip of some youths assaulting the personnel on poll duty in Kralpora area in central Kashmir’s Budgam district had gone viral on social media recently, triggering a nationwide outrage. The Home Ministry advisory said action as per law needs to be taken against miscreants and safety of students from other states, including Jammu and Kashmir, needs to be fully ensured. Sanjay Roy, a Director in the Home Ministry, has been designated as nodal officer and the nodal officers of the states and union territories are asked to send reports of such incidents, if any, along with action taken thereon to him at , it said. The advisory said a 24×7 helpline for Kashmiris has also been operational and anyone in distress can be contacted at 011-23092923 and 011-23092885.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

JK min’s remarks reflect prejudice patronised by PDP-BJP: NC

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>BJP minister Chander Prakash Ganga’s remarks on stone pelters are not isolated utterances, but point towards a “deeper prejudice patronised and institutionalised by the PDP-BJP alliance”, Opposition leader Farooq Abdullah said today. Abdullah, who won the recent Lok Sabha bypoll from Srinagar seat, termed PDP’s condemnation of Ganga’s comments as a “painful joke”, adding that the Mehbooba Mufti-led party’s “continued, unconditional and apologetic alliance with the BJP validated such remarks at the cost of our people’s sense of dignity and respect.” “This is yet another fixed match between the PDP and the BJP,” he alleged. “Had PDP been really outraged by the minister’s comment, it would have broken their alliance with the BJP as a mark of protest,” he said. Ganga had reportedly called stone pelters as traitors. “There is only one remedy for them and that is bullets. And if not bullets, they should be given punishments like the youths who are beaten with sticks by forces. Take my word that next time they (the youth) won’t throw stones,” he was quoted as saying by the local media. Abdullah said the “anti-youth posturing and policies” of the Mehbooba Mufti government had brought the state to the “precipice of turmoil and unrest.” “I strongly condemn the injustice and violence perpetuated against our students at various campuses and express my solidarity with them. I pray for the speedy recovery of injured students, especially young girls, who have been murderously assaulted,” the former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister said. Abdullah also expressed concern over reports of Kashmiri students being mistreated and threatened by various right-wing organisations in different parts of the country, particularly in Rajasthan where Kashmiri students were assaulted at the Mewar University, and Meerut in Uttar Pradesh where hoardings have been put up by right-wing affiliate organisations asking Kashmiris to leave the city. The NC president also said the PDP-BJP government had become “untenable and unsustainable” after Chief Minister’s brother and PDP candidate for the Anantnag Parliamentary bypoll, Tasaduq Mufti “sought a last-minute abortion of an election that was, by all means, underway.” Abdullah said the Centre should rise above ideological politics as statesmanship was the need of the hour. “You cannot stereotype Kashmiris and define them within the narrow contours of a regressive nationalism versus anti-national narrative. The political problem in Kashmir is far too complex for such broad stroke definitions and merits an open-ended and well-intentioned political engagement with all stakeholders, including the leadership of the Hurriyat Conference,” he said.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Rajnath appeals to all states to ensure safety of Kashmiris

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –> In the wake of the Chittorgarh incident, where a group of Kashmiri students at a private university in Rajasthan were allegedly called terrorists and beaten up by the locals, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Friday appealed to all the states to ensure the safety of the Kashmiris. ?Last evening I got to know that some Kashmiri youth have been mistreated. I appeal to all the Chief Ministers to ensure that no Kashmiri youth is mistreated in any part of the nation. Even they are part of India. No one can rubbish this truth that many people from Kashmir are contributing to India?s safety and prosperity,? Singh told ANI. He said he has asked the Home Ministry to immediately circulate an advisory to all states in this regard. ?The incident is extremely unfortunate and I condemn it. Strict action will be taken against anyone who mistreats any Kashmiri youth. I appeal to all the youth to consider them as their brother. They are citizens of our country and part of our family. The people should understand this reality,? he added. The group of Kashmiri students were allegedly beaten up by the locals as they were upset over soldiers being targeted by stone pelters in the strife-torn border state. The assault is the latest incident of violence against Kashmiris studying at Chittorgarh?s Mewar University, which has around 500 students from Jammu and Kashmir. In March 2016, four Kashmiri students were beaten up over rumours of beef being cooked in the university hostel. The following month, some Kashmiri students got into a scuffle with another group over India?s loss to West Indies in the T20 cricket world cup. Sixteen Kashmiri students and a warden, also from Kashmir, were suspended by the university after the incident.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

If you want to say talaq…say it to guns, RSS Muslim body tells Kashmiri youth

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>”If you want to say talaq to something, say it to guns.” That was senior Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) leader Indresh Kumar, exhorting Kashmiri youth to shun violence and “get involved in nation building”.Addressing a Kashmiri students’ conference, organised by the RSS-affiliated Muslim Rashtriya Manch (MRM) here on Saturday, he said extremist forces wanted to use the Kashmiri youth to destroy the harmony in the Valley.”However, the present day youth of Kashmir idealizes likes of Abul Kalam Azad and APJ Abdul Kalam,” he said.Calling Kashmiri youth a hope of the nation, Union Minister Jitendra Singh, who was also present at the event, said that it’s government’s responsibility to not let the youth “astray”.”Our hopes in Kashmir lies in its youth who have become more awakened than in the past and want peace and development,” Singh said, adding “it’s the local forces that mislead them in their initial years.””We should tap these children when they are in class 7 and 8. That’s the time when they are clean. First corrupt influence are parents who mislead the kids…they then lead a confused life,” he said.Singh said the youth of Kashmir were living in a nutshell, unaware of the happenings outside. “It was after Modi government’s initiatives they started knowing the rest of the country.”Kashmiri students from several universities across Delhi and NCR including Amity University, Galgotias University among others, participated in the conference. Around 350-400 students were from Mewar University of Chittorgarh, Rajasthan, where half of the students are Kashmiris. The varsity has been offering several government-aided scholarship programmes for Kashmiri youth.”We are very happy to attend the event as no such event was organised specifically for Kashmiri students in the past,” said a student of Mewar University.This was the first time when RSS organised a gathering of this sort for Kashmiri students studying in different colleges and universities of Delhi and NCR. “As many as 2000 Kashmiri students have participated in the conference and that clearly implies that majority of them want to opt progressive path of development,” said Engineer Aijaz, one of the organiser and the president of BJP’s Kashmir youth wing.

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