Srinagar: Peer Tehleel Manzoor Social & Human Rights Activist has written a letter to Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha, urging him to lift unofficial ban on student activism in Kashmir.
Activism is developmental in nature and enables students of Kashmir to come up with useful solutions to problems. Student Activism is a perfect platform to speak your mind, voice your opinions and push forward your ideas with your team said Peer Tehleel Manzoor
Further Peer Tehleel said that student politics is a part of education and it’s where the future leaders, those who are young, honest and energetic are groomed. “Our universities and colleges in Kashmir produce doctors, lawyers, academicians, engineers in bulk, but failed to produce leaders due to the unofficial ban on student activism. The unions’ and Associations’ have many advantages and play a crucial role in forming policies of the government in different countries,”
Meanwhile, Peer Tehleel urged Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha to urgently look into the matter and lift an unofficial ban on student activism in Kashmir.