Pak anthem reverberates in Kashmir varsity Srinagar campus

Srinagar, July 24 2013 (PPI-OT): In occupied Kashmir, Pakistan’s national anthem reverberated in Kashmir University as the students took out a protest rally against the killing of unarmed civilians by Indian Border Security Force personnel at Gool in Ramban last week.

Dozens of students, scholars and general staffers who rallied through different lanes (from end-to-end) in the KU campus, shouted anti-India, pro-freedom and pro-Pakistan slogans. The procession stopped outside the Allama Iqbal Library, at the centre of the campus, with the protesters singing Pakistan National Anthem at the top of their lungs. The protest continued for about half an hour before the protesters dispersed peacefully, eyewitnesses told media men.

It was the first protest at KU campus against the Ramban bloodbath in which the paramilitary BSF personnel committed desecration and subsequently fired at the people protesting against it. The protest call was given by the Kashmir University Students Union (KUSU).

The students carried with them different banners and the black flags seeking freedom from India. Students accompanied by general staffers urged the International community to play its role for an end to the Indian occupation over Kashmir.

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