The bench, comprising of Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi and Justices LN Rao and Sanjiv Khanna, asked the Union Ministry of Home Affairs to give wide publicity to nodal officers so that they can be approached by those facing such incidents.
Mohammad Yasin Khan, president of Kashmir Traders and Manufacturers Federation, told AFP that threats of violence were still being made. India is one of the most religiously and ethnically diverse nations in the world and has a rich tolerant culture, which is identified and respected across the world.
Omar added the decision in no doubt has been taken without taking in to consideration inputs from central and intelligence agencies.
The Supreme Court issued notices to the central government and 11 states and sought their response on a plea seeking its intervention to prevent alleged threats on Kashmiri students in the aftermath of the Pulwama terror attack on 14 February.
"The contents therein are shocking and very disheartening", it said.
Terming the alleged attack on Kashmiri students across the country as "depressing", former Union minister P Chidambaram on Thursday said that some people want Kashmir to be part of India but don't want Kashmiris to be part of Indians. In the wake of the Pulwama attack, there have been reports suggesting that Kashmiri students have come under attack.
Some Kashmiris have been suspended by Indian universities for their social media comments on the case.
However, it has also been reported that two Dehradun based educational institutions have stated on record that they will not admit Kashmiri students in future as the colleges, where the Kashmiri students are studying, were threatened by the mob, the Commission said.
"These incidents are a part of organised hate campaign against Muslims and Kashmiris, most cases which are fabricated and the hysteria that now surrounds India has been engineered to gain political mileage".