Personal Belongings of eight Kashmiri students were allegedly vandalized by mobs at their their rented accommodation near the BFIT College in the vicinity of the institution at Dehradun.
The Students of BFIT College, Dehradun who left the college recently after facing attacks at hands of Right wing Hindu in the aftermath of the Pulwama suicide attack last month said their belonging were ransacked by unknown mobs.
They alleged that mobs had broken into their rented accommodation and stolen their personal stuff including laptops and other documents.
While some of the students returned to the college from the valley on Tuesday, others reached there on Wednesday.
The students alleged that the landlord of the house asked the Right wing crowds to enter the house and also informed them that Kashmiris were living there.
Kashmiris were attacked in various cities of Indian after the deadly Pulwama attack on Valentine’s Day, when 49 CRPF men were killed on the Srinagar- Jammu highway.