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Senate condemns expulsion of 67 Kashmiri students from Indian university


Friday, 07 March 2014   19:44:43

Senate condemns expulsion of 67 Kashmiri students from Indian university

      ISLAMABAD, Mar 7 (APP): Senate on Friday condemned the expulsion of 67
Kashmiri students, studying in a university at Uttar Pradesh, India, for
celebrating Pakistan's victory over India in an Asia Cup match on March, 1.
      Leader of the House Raja Zafar-ul-Haq, on a Point of Order, said India
claimed herself the world's greatest democracy, however, without human rights protection there was no use of such a democracy.
      He said the only sin of those students was that they were chanting pro-Pakistan slogans after the victory, adding, they were sent to jail and treason cases were registered against them.
      Raja Zafar-ul-Haq said the act should be condemned.
      Leader of Opposition in Senate, Aitzaz Ahsan termed the attitude of India as inappropriate, saying that the opposition also condemn the act.