Indian journalist receives death threats for saving Kashmiri students

Sagrika Kissu helped arrange lodging, transport for 18 students

News Desk March 13, 2019
Sagrika Kissu helped arrange lodging, transport for 18 students.PHOTO COURTESY: HUFFINGTON POST

A 26-year-old Indian journalist has been at the receiving end of death threats from hard-line groups in the country for helping save Kashmiri students post Pulwana attack.

Earlier on February 14, a Kashmiri youth had rammed a vehicle filled with explosives into a convoy of security personnel, killing 40 Indian soldiers in Indian occupied Kashmir (IoK).


Following a raft of incidents of Kashmiris being attacked across India, Sagrika Kissu helped arrange lodging and transport for 18 students who left the cities of Ambala, Dehradun and Jaipur.


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