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Shift NIT from Srinagar to save future of non-local students: J&K Shri Ram Sena
Jammu and Kashmir Shri Ram Sena president, Rajiv Mahajan today urged State as well as Central Government to shift National Institute of Technology (NIT) from Srinagar to Jammu for the better and secure future of next generation of the nation.
In a statement issued today, SRS State chief said that students couldn't continue their study in the prevailing tension in the NIT campus.

"Non-local students were being harassed by the faculty," he said adding that a sense of insecurity has gripped the non-local students due to highhandedness of Jammu and Kashmir police.

He also demanded action against police officials who had Lathicharged the students and action against college administration.

He said Central government should deploy faculty from other states to NIT Srinagar and shift the local faculty to outside the State so that non-local students not face any harassment.

If government failed to shift NIT Campus to other place, Rajiv said it should evacuate of non-local students including girls from the unsafe campus and shifting them to other NIT so that their study may not suffer due to violence.

Hitting out anti-national elements for threatening female students of rapes, Rajiv asked such element to desist from such comments as its impacts being faced by a large number of Kashmiri students who are studying in different universities of the country.

He also urged the State as well as Central Government to resolve the issue by acceding to demands, without whiling away anymore.

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