On the night of March 31, they clashed with the local students at NIT-Srinagar, who were raising anti-India slogans, and the very next morning were allegedly beaten by the J&K police. But despite threats, ill-treatment, and living in an atmosphere of fear, the non-Kashmiri students of NIT-Srinagar bear no ill will towards their fellow students from Kashmir.
This is in stark contrast to the vehement anti-India propaganda of the very people in the centre of the JNU row, their supporters, and the columnists who continued spewing venom against the pro-India voices, and even the armed forces.
This poignant post makes us feel proud of the students at NIT-Srinagar who are fighting a biased administration with their careers on the line. Hope politicians too understand the gravity of the message.