The clash occurred after the locals allegedly called Kashmiri students "stone pelters" and taunted them over a video showing CRPF personnel being heckled and assaulted in the Kashmir valley.
Singh welcomed Prime Minister Modi's decision to ban red beacons atop cars of all dignitaries.
As per the report the Narendra Modi government is anxious over the continuous pro-freedom protests in the Kashmir Valley which have increased manifold in the region since the BJP-PDP government came into power in 2015.
"I have come to know that there were a few incidents of misbehaviour towards Kashmiris in some places".
Following the arrest, state Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje tweeted, "Kashmiri students are our children".
In one or two parts of India, people misbehaved with Kashmiri youth said the Home Minister. Strict action will be taken against anyone who mistreats any Kashmiri youth.
"I appeal to all youngsters to treat them as their brothers, they are Indian citizens and members of our family", Singh added. "They are also equal citizens of the country", the Home minister said. "They told us to go back to Kashmir and threatened that they won't let us study here", Bahar Ahmed Giri, a student of pharmacy, was quoted by HT as saying.
The victims were taken to a hospital from where they were discharged after initial treatment. The Rajasthan government sent a report on the incident to the Union home ministry on Thursday. They started beating us for no reason at all. The attacks seemed coordinated. After the incident on Wednesday evening, the students staged a demonstration on the university campus and boycotted the hostel mess.
The Kashmiri students have filed an FIR with the police. "Am afraid it's only ensuring further alienation".
The poster has a picture of masked protesters hurling stones in Kashmir and a warning "Kashmiris, quit Uttar Pradesh or else...".
Police sources said the little-known Navnirman Sena had put up the hoardings. "The people should understand this reality", he added.