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Kerala students allegedly attacked in Jammu University, labeled as ‘traitors, beef-eaters’ by right wingers

Two students from Kerala have attacked after been labeled as traitors over allegations of ‘eating beef’ at the college in Jammu.

According to Asianet, the students have been identified as Vishnu and Bharat were seriously injured. The violence is in the midst of the arrangement of the Art Fest on Friday.

The students alleged that vice chancellor and hostel warden had stopped the students from lodging complaints. “If you complain, you will not be allowed to write the exam,” the students were told.

The students have said that ABVP-RSS workers were behind the attack.

Sangh Parivar has also directed the students against using ‘Lal Salam’ word in the campus.

The students also alleged that they have been attacked before by ‘right wing students union’ in the university.

In September last year, the students had written to the Kerala Chief Chief Minister asking him to intervene. The ABVP has lodged a complaint to a central minister accusing that the students from Kerala of running Anti National propaganda inside the university.

 


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