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“Allah ne chaha toh jald milenge.”- The only hope left with Kashmiri Students in Punjab post row

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With Eid coming this Monday, Kashmiri Students studying outside J&K were planning to
visit their families but the revocation of Article 35A and row going on Article 370 has
wiped their wishes in water.

As you know, Jammu & Kashmir is currently facing curfew situations where the leaders
are under house arrest, internet and networking connections are down, and there is no
outside contact available. People residing in that area are scared of the situation and its
consequences. On the other hand, hundred of Kashmiri Students living outside J&K are
praying for their family’s well-being.

One of the students Saqib Nabi (20) studying in PU said “Coming Monday is Eid. We
had planned to leave for our hometown on Friday. Now, it doesn’t seem possible. We
have abandoned our plan.” He added that during his last call with his parents before
connections disrupted; his father said “Allah ne chaha toh jald milenge.”
Another student Tabasum Shafi from Baramulla said “This is the most important event
for us when we seek our parents’ blessings. I do not know if that will be possible this
time.”

Though CM Amarinder Singh has issued orders of no protest or celebration in Punjab
post declaration of the Bill, the situation for Kashmiri Students in Punjab is a bit tense.
Police security for students and other Kashmiris residing in the areas have been
increased and proper measures are being taken to maintain peace.

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