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Four female paramedical students suspended for anti-national post on Pulwama terror attack

Four female paramedical students suspended for anti-national post on Pulwama terror attack: As per the official statement on Sunday, four female paramedical students from a private institute in Jaipur for posting “anti-national” messages on Pulwama terror attack on an instant messaging app. The girls are from Kashmiri-origin and they were later suspended from the institute after they allegedly found celebrating the Pulwama terror attack through their post.

The girls were the students of the National Institute of Medical Science (NIMS) and were studying in second-year of their course. Later after posting a picture on WhatsApp where they were supposedly seen rejoicing the terrorist attack in Kashmir, were suspended from the institute. The Pulwama terror attack claimed the lives of 40 CRPF personnel.

Soon, the picture posted by the students went viral due to which it pressurized the university administration to take action on it.

In the suspension order provided by the NIMS registrar states, “You have posted an anti-national message on your WhatsApp for celebrating killing of Pulwama terrorist attack martyrs. The university will not tolerate and strictly condemns such activities. The act is grave and serious in nature.”

The police official said, a case was registered against those four students later their suspension followed by a complaint from the university administration.

The students were booked under pertinent provisions of the Information Technology (IT) Act. The matter is being investigated by the Senior officials and as per SP (Rural) Harendra Kumar, appropriate action will be taken thereafter.

At least 42 jawans of the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) were martyred on Thursday, when a SUV loaded with more than 200 kg explosive knock against one of the CRPF bus in which CRPF jawans were travelling in. The incident took place in Jammu and Kashmir’s Pulwama district.

There were 2500 personnel in the convoy and the bus that came into attack with the explosive vehicle belongs to the 76th battalion of the force.

Meanwhile, the investigation is going on and the top investigation teams are working on it. PM Modi has also given full freedom to the Indian Army to take the measures according to them. Terror group Jaish-e-Mohammed has call for full responsibility for the attack on CRPF jawans, as per the reports from the officials. The terrorist who knock against his explosives laden SUV into one of the buses of the CRPF convoy was identified as Adil Ahmed Dar.

On the other hand, the Aligarh Muslim University has also suspended an undergraduate Kashmiri student who has allegedly tweet an objectionable comment in association with the Pulwama attack.