Masked Goons Attacked JNU Students, Both Teachers and Students Badly Injured

  • Masked goons armed with sticks and stones, barged into Delhi’s prestigious Jawaharlal Nehru University campus on Sunday evening and thrashed up students and teachers, spreading chaos and fear.
  • Nineteen students from Left-backed groups and five teachers were injured and hospitalized.
  • The Left students and the ABVP, the understudy wing connected to the BJP, have accused each other of association for the assault.
  • Late within the evening, the JNU specialists called in the police, who held a flag march and announced the circumstance difficult. Politicians and common people have started trolling on twitter by sharing their comments.
  • Students and staff demanded that the reprobates are still sneaking within the campus for which they were not secure. They moreover charged the university authorities and the police of complicity.
  • Sources said Home Minister Amit Shah has inquired Delhi Police chief Amulya Patnaik for a report.          
  • Hundreds assembled outside the city’s police headquarters to protest against the savagery.
  • Amit Malviya, In-charge of BJP’s national Information & Technology commented on Twitter
  • Eyewitnesses said that the 50-odd goons entered the campus around 6.30 pm. The students’ union tweeted that the aggressors were “obscure ABVP goons” and were indeed beating up teachers attempting to protect students.
  • JNUSU vice-president Saket Moon said that the police have been within the campus since evening, but they have done nothing. Others pointed to the delay in calling in the police and their disappointment to make any arrest.
  • Condemning the savagery, the College said Sunday’s occurrence was connected to the disturbance over a fee hike
  • Rahul Gandhi has tweeted a thoughtful message.
  • Students opposing the hike wanted to disturb the admissions process and there have been clashes and vandalism on Friday and Saturday.
  • On Sunday, students against registration process were thrashed up those in support of it before the police may reach, the registrar said.
  • The Congress’s Priyanka Gandhi Vadra gone by AIIMS where the injured students from Left-backed groups were taken.
  • Aishe Ghosh, the JNUSU president who was bleeding intensely when she was taken to clinic was “singled out and hit on her head by men who entered the university campus with the blessing of the guards, the administration and the police,” a tweet from JNUSU read.
  • Minutes later, masked goons targetted us near the Sabarmati Hostel. I was attacked with iron rods,” said Aishe Ghosh.
  • The JNU administration has poured out their pain on tweet saying that it feels great pain and anguish for the students who have sustained injuries in the violence that took place in the JNU campus. The JNU administration strongly condemns any form of violence in the campus.
  • Home Minister Amit Shah has taken cognizance of the occasions. He has spoken to Delhi Police Commissioner over JNU savagery and instructed him to take necessary action. The request will be carried out by a Joint CP level officer and the HM has inquired for a report to be submitted.