With the ongoing agitation against the killings of innocent youths in the Kashmir Valley, various Muslim organisations en masse have urged the Central and State governments to take endeavours to redress the grievances of Kashmiri fraternity. They said, in a press release, that the biggest victim of the ongoing agitation is the student community. Already around 100 days of the academic year have been lost and there is no hope of the revival of the academic session in the near future. Recently Kashmir has made a distinctive impression with sending a topper to the Indian Administrative Services. “We appeal to the agitators to allow reopening of the educational institutions so that the academic session of the students is not lost.” They also appealed to the Central and state governments to enhance the compensation to 5 lakh and a government job to a family member of those killed in the firings and 10 lakh to those families which do not have any grown up member to take up the job. The press release was duly signed by Syed Shahabuddin, President, AIMMM, Mohammad Jafar, Vice President, JIH, Dr Manzoor Alam, General Secretary, Milli Council, Dr Zafarul-Islam Khan, Editor, Milli Gazette, Niyaz Farooqui, Secretary, JUH and Navaid Hamid, Secretary, SACM.