MIM president Asaduddin Owaisi sought the intervention of Union home minister Rajnath Singh to find an amicable solution in the matter of Kashmiri students at the Aligarh Muslim University.

He was reacting to reports that 1,200 students belonging to Kashmir had threatened to quit the university after sedition charges were filed against three students from the Valley. He urged Mr Rajnath Singh, the AMU Vice-Chancellor and teachers of the university to solve the issue amicably.

“Students came there to study, we have to interact with them and convince them,” Mr Owaisi said.

“No one had the right to suspect the loyalty of any Kashmiri Muslim. We have to provide an atmosphere where northeast and Kashmiri students feel comfortable,” he said.

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