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At least restore incoming call facility in Kashmir Valley, J&K Students Association appeals Govt


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J&K Students Association, a body of Kashmiri students outside here on today requested Govt to restore at least incoming Calls in Kashmir Valley, so that Students will be able to talk with their Parents. In a Statement Spokesperson of Association Nasir khuehami said that we requested Govt to restore at least Incoming calls in the Valley as Kashmiri students across the country were unable to pay their school or college fees due to lack of connectivity.

He said that Thousands of Kashmiri Students studying across the country are still struggling on a daily basis to contact their families through the helpline numbers. He said that, due to Communication clampdown Kashmiri students studying across the country are facing a lot problem related to food, stock and are running out of money. Students are unable to contact their parents and relatives in the valley and are worried. Due to the clampdown and blackout of internet, phone and banking services in the state, the students have not received a single penny from their parents.

He said that students are afraid that their admissions will get cancelled. Thus we have requested that all the educational institutions across the country should be ordered to extend them admission and fees deadline for Kashmiri students,’’ he said.

Nasir added that the day to day survival of the students have also become difficult as they are running out of money and have hardly anything left to buy food and other essential necessities. He said that, we request the authorities to please restore at least the incoming call facilities so we can again be in touch with our families.

He urged PM Modi and Amit Shah to take steps to restore at least incoming calls in Kashmir valley on humanitarian grounds so that students can contact their parents.

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