In any democratic country across the world, anybody having any links with terrorists, will be immediately booked and tried for waging war against the civlised society. However, things are different in Kashmir where a Vice Chancellor says he will leave no stone unturned to facilitate the release of a student, whom police describe as wanted for having terror links. In fact, the VC claims to have spoken to top officials of the civil and police administration in this regard, which reflects the lack of will in sharing information.
Is it a matter of pride or shame for the administrative apparatus not to be on same page even in fighting war against terrorism, which has emerged as a single most horrendous challenge for the civilised world?
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