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Nick Mcbride
April 19, 2017

"AJKSU on Tuesday held peaceful protests in many places including Kashmir University (KU) and Banihal (on Srinagar- Jammu national highway)".

All colleges across the Kashmir valley remained closed for the second day today, while the Kashmir University (KU) and Islamic University of Science and Technology (IUST) have chose to conduct all scheduled examinations today.

An official spokesman said that as per fresh orders issued by the Divisional Commissioner Kashmir last evening, teaching work in all collages of Kashmir division shall remain suspended today as a precautionary measure.

Sources said that students from various schools and colleges in the area descended on the highway and marched towards Banihal town where they blocked the highway.

The clashes yesterday had left injured several dozen students and five police personnel.

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The students alleged that the troopers who were travelling from Kashmir to Jammu manhandled and thrashed few students.

They said that authorities have also decided the closure of SP Higher Secondary School Srinagar.

Meanwhile, life remains crippled in Pulwama and Tral towns of south Kashmir Tuesday due to continued shutdown against the thrashing of students by Indian troops in Indian Held Kashmir, According to Kashmir Media Service.

"After the students protested against the CRPF action, policemen resorted to baton charge", said a student.

Over 50 students were injured in Indian forces' action at the college on Saturday, triggering massive student protests across the occupied territory.

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