Police registers case as youth allegedly thrash traffic cop in Pulwama

Police registers case as youth allegedly thrash traffic cop in Pulwama

Pulwama: A youth on Monday allegedly thrashed traffic police men in South Kashmir’s Pulwama district, officials said, adding that police has registered a case against the involved youth.
According to wire service a police official said that a youth identified as Musavir Ahmad Bhat of Dalipora Pulwama, who was riding a motorcycle without helmet was intercepted by the traffic policemen.
Soon after he was questioned for not wearing the crash helmet, the youth allegedly started thrashing the officials present there. The traffic policemen who were thrashed by the youth were identified as Bilal Ahmad and Shahnawaz.
A senior police while confirming the incident said that case has been registered in this regard and further investigation has been taken up—(KNO)
6th-sem Cluster University students cries for datesheet
Srinagar, Mar 16: Students of Cluster University Srinagar on Sunday appealed authorities to conduct their 6th semester examination for UG courses as conduct of PG entrance examination by Kashmir University is approaching. They impressed upon concerned authorities to take early measures for safeguarding the crucial year of students.
Talking, Ateeb Bashir a student of the University urged authorities to issue at least tentative datesheet so that students can fulfill the required formalities for admission in PG courses by KU which is just few weeks away.
He said, “students studying in B.A/B.Sc/B.Com, batch 2017 have gone through psychological distress as university authorities have kept deep mum over issuance of date sheet”. “If University authorities will stick to its policy, it will lost crucial academic year of students”, another student told.They appealed concern authorities to look into the issue and take efforts for safeguarding crucial year of student community without any delay. While talking to KNS, Abdul Hamid Sheikh, Registrar & Controller of Examination, Cluster University, said that University tried to conduct pending classes of students so that their syllabus would be accomplished, but amidst COVID-19 threat, we can’t say anything concrete. Current situation has undo our plans.
When asked about any concrete solution to concern students, he said “I think students might miss PG exams but still we will try to convince Kashmir University authorities to defer PG entrance examination”. (KNS)