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JKSM slams Modi govt for banning NGO-run schools in IIOJK


ISLAMABAD:

Jammu and Kashmir Salvation Movement (JKSM) Chairman Altaf Ahmed Bhat strongly condemned the crackdown on schools in Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK) calling it an “educational terrorism”.

The education department in IIOJK in a bid to destroy the future of Kashmiri students has ordered the banning of all Fallah-e-Aam Trust (FAT) schools while directing district and zonal education officers to seal all schools within 15 days.

More than 20,000 students are studying in the hundreds of schools affiliated with FAT in IIOJK.

Bhat said that the Modi-led BJP government is violating each and every basic human right in IIOJK, while international organisations and guarantors have turned their eyes blind to the Indian atrocities.

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From destroying economy, businesses, torturing and killing youth, now Indian government officials have started “educational terrorism” by closing schools for needy students across the occupied region.

He further said that last year Indian occupation administration stopped Kashmiri students who were pursuing professional degree programmes all over the world from continuing their education, now the IIOJK administration is closing schools to create hopelessness and destroy the future of Kashmiris.

The chairman JKSM reiterated that education is a basic human right and every Kashmiri student should get their due rights while the UN and other global organisations working for education all over the world must intervene and put pressure on New Delhi to take back its decision.

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