At least 100 individuals, including students, policemen and firefighters were harmed, after cops hurled teargas shells interior the college campus amid the Citizenship Amendment Act. Taking note of the viciousness within the wake of the Citizenship Amendment Act protests, the Supreme Court agreed to listen on Tuesday a clump of petitions on the condition that all revolting must halt. Chief Equity S A Bobde passed the comment after advocate Indira Jaising claimed that students across varsities were constrained to hide in washrooms to elude police action.

Students shout out on Twitter for protecting citizens and Constitution.

As moreover 50 students who were kept amid dissents at the Jamia Millia Islamia College against the disagreeable law within the national capital, were discharged in the wee hours of Monday. Whereas 35 of them were discharged from the Kalkaji police station, the remaining 15 were discharged from New Friends Colony. Over 100 people were injured after cops heaved teargas shells interior the college campus, constrained their way in, and purportedly dragged students out of the library and the mosque and assaulted them.

Typically the moment flare-up within the National Capital after 27 individuals were kept after clashes with police amid a dissent against the law outside the campus, including Jamia students and neighborhood inhabitants. In the interim, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee called for a mega rally in Kolkata to protest against the citizenship law.

Violence in Delhi, over 50 injured

Viciousness emitted within the region encompassing Jamia Millia Islamia College in New Delhi on December 15 evening as protestors contradicting the amended Citizenship Act clashed with police. Scores were harmed as the police turn to lathi-charge and terminating of teargas shells.

The circumstance is tense at the Jamia Milia Islamia College campus and Aligarh Muslim College (AMU) a day after hundreds of agitators took to streets in Delhi and over states to protest against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). The protests took a savage turn on Sunday as instigators burnt DTC buses, two police vehicles and crushed dozen private cars. Over 60 individuals counting students, cops and fire warriors were harmed amid the anti-CAA protests in Delhi. People who were injured by the police action near Jamia, have been admitted to the Holy Family Hospital.

Meanwhile, recordings of implied police firing, injured students within the college washroom as well as footage of them bleeding went viral on the social media. But Delhi Police negated reports of any casualty amid the clashes. Taking after the pyro-crime on streets, police entered the Jamia college campus, where tension prevailed as several people were detained for alleged involvement within the violence. AMU was too on edge on Sunday after students dissenting against the CAA clashed with police at a campus door taking after the college administration’s declaration with respect to the closure of the institution till January 5.