Jamia Millia University AMU Protest Students Protests Today Latest News Updates

Jamia Millia AMU Protest Students Protests Today Latest News Updates

Jamia Millia University:

Police release 50 students detained during the protest in Jamia, picketing ends
Police said 35 out of 50 students have been released from Kalkaji police station, while 15 students have been released from the New Friends Colony police station. Earlier, the Delhi Minorities Commission directed the SHO of Kalkaji Police Station to release the injured students or take them to the hospital for treatment.
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50 students of Jamia Millia University, who were detained during the police crackdown following the tremendous violence in South Delhi against the Citizenship Amendment Act on Sunday night, were released this morning. Let us know that the students were taken into custody by the police after arson, sabotage during protests on Sunday. After the students were released, the protesters sitting on the dharna at the police headquarters have ended their picket.

Highlights

  • Delhi Police release 50 students detained during a protest at Jamia University
  • 35 students have been released from Kalkaji police station, while 15 students have been released from the New Friends Colony station.
  • Delhi Minorities Commission directed to release the injured students or take them to the hospital for treatment.
  • Students protesting outside Delhi Police Headquarters ended after students' release


Delhi Police PRO M.S. Giving information, Randhawa said that 35 out of 50 students have been released from Kalkaji police station, while 15 students have been released from the New Friends Colony police station. Earlier, the protesters fiercely burnt 3 buses, vandalizing several vehicles. Violent protesters severely damaged a fire engine that was extinguishing the fire. On the other hand, the Jamia administration alleged that the police barged into the campus and brutally beat the students.

Delhi Minorities Commission gave instructions to police
Earlier, the Delhi Minorities Commission (DMC) directed the SHO of Kalkaji Police Station to release the injured students of Jamia Millia University or take them to the hospital for treatment. The order issued by the commission said that the SHOs will be responsible if there is any problem in the custody of the injured students.

Violence in Delhi on the Citizenship Amendment Act, know what has happened so far

DMC President Zafarul Islam has directed the SHO of Kalkaji Police Station to file a compliance report by 3 pm on Monday. Based on which the commission will take necessary action.

The Congress has fiercely targeted the BJP government in the case of a confrontation between police and protesters at Delhi's Jamia Millia Islamia University. Priyanka Gandhi has protested against the brutal beating of students. At the same time, Hyderabad MP Asaduddin Owaisi has also demanded an inquiry into the matter in an impartial manner.

Jamia is being targeted: VC

Vice-Chancellor Najma said- will make an FIR on entering the police in the university. We would like a high-level inquiry on this. No university person was killed. It is rumored. Many students have been injured. I think that in the coming time, the crowd will go through the Jamia road itself, so we want a bypass to be built. To secure Jamia, the adjacent road should be given to us. Jamia should not be targeted. It is a university emanating from the National Movement. This issue is happening all over India, but the name of Jamia is coming everywhere.

What happened on Sunday night in Jamia-Aligarh?


  • On Sunday night, 8 vehicles, including 4 buses, were burnt by protesters at Jamia University. Over 100 students were injured in the use of police force. 52 students were detained. Jamia and JNU students gheraoed the police headquarters against it. Police released all the students in the early hours of Monday. Two FIRs have been registered regarding the Jamia violence.
  • Demonstrations of students at the Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) in Jamia also sparked a protest in Jamia. The students were lathi-charged after being stoned by the police. More than 60 students were injured in this. The AMU and Jamia administration has declared a holiday till 5 January. AMU registrar Abdul Hameed said that the hostels were evacuated from the students late Sunday night. Arrangements were made to send them home by bus and train. Many students of Jamia also left for their home on Monday.
  • Students also protested at Nadwa College in Lucknow on Monday. After the stone-pelting, the police closed the gates of the college from outside. During this, slogans were raised in support of the students of Jamia. Lucknow SP Kalanidhi Naithani said that when more than 150 people came for the demonstration, there was stone pelting for about 30 seconds. The situation is normal at the moment. The students returned to their classes.

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