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Cops seek info on AMU students from J&K, NE | India News


AGRA: The local intelligence unit of Aligarh police has sought personal details of students belonging to J&K, northeast and foreign countries enrolled at Aligarh Muslim University (AMU), said university officials.
After receiving a letter from intelligence unit, AMU assistant controller (admission) of the university Faisal Waris issued a circular to the deans of faculties, chairman of departments of studies and principals of schools and colleges of AMU seeking information on such students. AMU proctor Mohammad Waseem Ali said, “They have sought data of students from J&K, northeast and foreign countries. We provided information about students, including their name, father’s name, home district, class, and permanent and current addresses in format provided by agency. I will speak to students and explain why this exercise is for their security. ”
Earlier, deans of the faculties of various departments had received a form, along with a circular, from the office of the controllers of examination, asking them to get it filled by the students.
This circular instilled fear among J&K students as the collected information had to be provided to Aligarh SP. It may be mentioned that on December 26, protests broke out on AMU campus after a PhD scholar from Kashmir was allegedly thrashed by other students for asking them not to play badminton at 1 am on the hostel premises.



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