Not all students pelt stones, says Mehbooba Mufti as kids clash

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Jammu and Kashmir Governor N N Vohra on Friday met Prime Minister Narendra Modi here and discussed with him the security situation in the Valley.

Claiming that not all Kashmiri youth are involved in stone pelting, Mufti said that if all they had done was sloganeering, then so many children would not have passed in their recent exams.

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"The Chief Minister should stop writing her own APRs for herself and recognize how the situation is deteriorating with every passing day and how her Government stands rejected by the people", the NC Spokesperson said.

As Srinagar's civil secretariat reopened after six-month closure due to "Darbar Move", where the capital shifts to Jammu, the opposition Congress launched a scathing attack on Ms. Mufti.

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She said then there was militancy in 1990s. District Committee said that only a leader like Ms Mufti had capacity to take J&K out of the present situation and she was working tirelessly solve problems of the people by formulating and implementing revolutionary policies.

"It (Jammu and Kashmir) is the soul of this country".

"Since 1947, we have seen ups and downs in the state". The police said the students threw stones at security personnel, who lathicharged them.

It is in the backdrop of this unrest that Mehbooba - whose PDP rules J&K in a coalition government with the BJP - said: "Humein daldal se koi agar bahar nikal sakta hai toh, woh PM Modi hain".

Student protests have become a new challenge for the administration in Kashmir where the law and order situation has gone downhill after the killing of Hizbul Mujahideen militant Burhan Wani in July 2016. Mufti cautioned people against the nefarious designs of some "negative" elements, who she said want to derail the developmental process in the state by creating an "atmosphere of hate".