‘Kashmir Files’: J-K Students’ Association condemns hate speech after movie

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Jammu and Kashmir Students Association has released a statement after rampant rise in hate speeches against Kashmir Muslims following the release of the controversial film ‘Kashmir Files’.

“In case of “unprovoked attempt at hate, physical, verbal abuse” aimed at students from Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir India, the onus will be on director of that “particular movie” besides and alongwith the promoter(s) and enabler(s) of such criminal activities,” reads the statement.

Anupam Kher starrer ‘Kashmir Files’ portrays the chronicle of violence against Kashmiri Pandits.

“The statement has been put out to take due consideration and serious note of distress calls received from students of JKUT,” the statement adds.

“JKSA condemns the attempts of distrust and discord that the “particular movie” has sown amongst masses”

“JKSA requests students to exhibit maximum restraint (if provoked) and immediately report such incidents to nearest police stations and immediate heads of departments/institutions.”

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