"Mr Aadil, you have not gone out of this colonial culture. It is no big deal but... escort agar saath hota tou he would be different," Professor Andrabi is heard telling the officer.
The opposition party also threw its weight behind the separatists, calling their agitation a ‘’justice struggle”.
Ishfaq Reshi is a student of convergent journalism at Central University of Kashmir and has been associated with the paper since April 2016.
Director of School Education Department Ajaz Ahmad Bhat said admissions for new classes have begun and coaching classes for students will remain open through the winter.
Parvez's lawyer, Parvez Imroz, challenged Dar's arguments saying that a global campaign was going on for the activist's release.
On November 7, the court had directed authorities to shift the accused from Kotbalwal jail in Jammu, the biggest in the state, to a juvenile home in Srinagar.
Officials said out of 56,277 students, who had applied for the November examinations, 55,500 were present at the examination centres to take Science and Home Science exams.
From early Monday morning, a large number of police and paramilitary personnel were deployed outside exam centres. Security on roads was also beefed up.
During the release of his book Beyond Me, Bhat said the Kashmir conflict is the foundation of “darkness” in the subcontinent and has engulfed the whole South Asian region.
Police on Thursday afternoon arrested Malik from his residence in Maisuma locality of Srinagar and shifted him to the central jail. Malik had been released last month after four months of imprisonment.
The decision was taken following a meeting of the separatist leaders with various “stakeholders”, including traders, transporters and civil society members.
In the last one week, there have been about nine attempts of burning the schools.