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Girl students take lead as protest rocks Kashmir

By Oneindia Staff Writer
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On Thursday, colleges across Kashmir remained closed as protest headed by students continued across the Valley. However, schools remained open and saw decent attendance. The colleges will remain closed on Friday too, after the divisional commissioner asked authorities of all the colleges to suspend work to avoid any untoward incident.

College students started their protest in the Valley after more than 50 students were injured when the police entered the Government Degree College in Pulwama to detain students on April 15.

Here we bring you a glimpse of various protests where girl students were seen taking the lead...

Unveiling their rage

Unveiling their rage

Girl students pelted stones on police after clashes broke out between college students and security personnel in Srinagar on Thursday.

All photographs credit: PTI

Girls raise their voices

Girls raise their voices

Girl students shouted slogans during a protest rally against the recent police action on students in Kashmir valley in Srinagar on Thursday.

March of women

March of women

These images clearly show how girl students are taking charge of protests in the Valley.

Listen to us

Listen to us

Girl students stopped a vehicle during their protest rally in Srinagar on Thursday.

Face-off between students and security personnel

Face-off between students and security personnel

Police stopped students during a protest march against alleged highhandedness by security forces at Lal Chowk in Srinagar on Monday.

Stop war in Kashmir

Stop war in Kashmir

Protests and demonstrations by students in Kashmir are not new. Here is an image of a protest where girl students were seen holding placards in Srinagar last year.

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