Pulwama aftermath: Kashmiri students and traders feel safe only in Kerala, decide to stay back


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While Kashmiri students in colleges and organizations in different states have begun to leave for their homes feeling a danger of conceivable assaults after the Pulwama assault, Kashmiri understudies in Kerala opine they feel safe in Kerala and have chosen to remain back.

Kerala Police will likewise guarantee the wellbeing of the Kashmiri understudies with State Police Chief Loknath Behera saying “we will make them feel safe in Kerala.”

Police have the subtleties of the Kashmiri understudies considering in different colleges in Kerala. “We will make them feel safe in Kerala. Will make fundamental strides for that,” Behera said.

Hanan Muzafir, a Kashmiri understudy at Cochin University of Science and Technology (Cusat), said they had not experienced any issues so far on the school grounds or outside. “Four of us from Kashmir are considering in Cusat and we have not confronted any issues up until this point. We feel safe in Kerala,” Hanan said.

There are four Kashmiri understudies in the Central University of Kerala in Kasargod and as per college specialists, no issues have been accounted for up until this point.

Cops said the college specialists have been approached to keep up a nearby watch on the inn where the Kashmiri understudies are remaining.

“We don’t have a frenzy circumstance in Kerala as in different states. Up until this point, we have not gotten any protest about enemy of social components focusing on Kashmiri understudies,” said another senior cop.

Police have been on a nearby watch of the Central University of Kerala as an understudy from Andhra Pradesh has been as of now accused of subversion over a Facebook post on Pulwama fear assault.

Indeed, even Kashmiri merchants settled in Mattancherry said they feel extremely safe being in Kerala. ‘We don’t have any issues in Kerala. Individuals here are well disposed and they have been stretching out all help to us. We feel totally safe in Kerala,’ said Kashmiri Traders Welfare Association president Sajid Hussain Khatai.

There are around 5,000 Kashmiris in Mattancherry moving different Kashmiri items like workmanship shawls, floor coverings, gems and collectibles. Correspondingly, there is an impressive number of Kashmiri brokers likewise in Thiruvananthapuram and Kozhikode.


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