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Punjab Govt urged to take action against people who attacked Kashmiri students at culmination of Indo-Pak cricket match

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Srinagar, Oct 25, 2021 (Yes Punjab News)
All Parties Sikh Coordination Committee (APSCC) has urged the Government of Punjab to take stern action against the people who attacked Kashmiri students at the culmination of Indo-Pak cricket match at Dubai on Sunday.

In a statement APSCC Chairman Jagmohan Singh Raina has said that it is quite unfortunate that Kashmiri students studying in Bhai Guru Dass Institute in Punjab were attacked by students belonging to Uttar Pradesh and Bihar.

He said the students should have taken the defeat of Indian cricket team against Pakistan in right spirit and not to carry out attack on Kashmiri students.

The APSCC Chairman said that action against the frantic elements would ensure that such incidents are not repeated in future. He demanded intervention at the highest level so that strict action is taken.

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