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J & K High Court Grants Relief to Kashmiri Woman who Obtained Medical Degree in PoK - (09 Dec 2019)


Jammu and Kashmir High Court has asked the Ministry of External Affairs to consider recognising the medical degree of a Kashmiri who pursued her MBBS from a college in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir. The Court observed that it was only after the permission given by the Ministry that the student, Hadiya Chisti, went to pursue her studies in PoK.


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