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Controversy broke out in CT Institute, a private educational institution in Jalandhar in Punjab. The situation became so tense that the police force had to be deployed in the institute. It is alleged that some Kashmiri Muslim students studying in the institute misbehaved with a Hindu girl. After this the Hindu students came in panic.
According to the information received, this entire controversy started after a post was posted in favor of former BJP spokesperson Nupur Sharma. A Hindu student from Jammu studying in the institute put a post on social media in favor of Nupur Sharma on Friday night. This enraged the Muslim students studying in the institute. All these students are being told from Jammu and Kashmir only.
The dispute which started at 12 pm continued till 5 am. Muslim students of the institute also forcibly apologized to the Hindu student. Not only this, the police and the institute management also blamed the said Hindu girl in this entire controversy and held her wrong.
Hindu students in the country
Seeing the crowd of Muslim students, Hindu students studying in CT Institute got panic. Several students, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said that the Muslim students created a ruckus throughout the night and made the atmosphere tense. Those students raised slogans loudly. Sensing the urgency of the occasion, the Hindu students had to hide for their safety.
Dispute calmed down after apology to student
PRO Kanwarpreet of CT Institute admitted that Muslim students from Kashmir created a ruckus in the campus at night. These Muslim students alleged that a Hindu girl belonging to Jammu had posted on social media in favor of BJP leader Nupur Sharma. The tension increased so much that the institute management had to call the police on the campus.
According to PRO Kanwarpreet, an apology was made to the Hindu girl who posted in favor of Nupur Sharma in the night itself and her post was deleted from social media. Police say that the matter is now settled.
CT Institute in Lime Light for the second time
This is the second time that CT Institute has come in limelight. About 4 years ago, the Punjab and Jammu and Kashmir Police had arrested three terrorists belonging to Ansar Ghazwat-ul-Hind (AGH), a Kashmiri terrorist organization linked to Al Qaeda, from the hostel of the same institute. All three were running sleeper cells here for three years.