Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti was on Sunday greeted with anti-India slogans when she visited a common entrance test (CET) centre here.

Parents waiting outside the Government Women’s College on MA Road in Srinagar raised the slogans. Their children were inside, writing the exam for selection for the MBBS course in the state.

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The parents from Kupwara, Baramulla and Shopian districts were waiting for their children to come out when they saw Mehbooba Mufti’s motorcade.

The government had made special transport arrangements to bring the candidates to Srinagar from various district headquarters. The candidates would be dropped back in the evening after the exam.

Many people, however, used their own vehicles to bring their children to Srinagar for the exam.

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