JNU violence: Delhi Police is now in action after masked attacks on students on Sunday night at Delhi's Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU attack). According to the police, he has received several complaints about the assault. The police are also claiming to have identified some of the masked men. Home Minister Amit Shah has spoken to Delhi Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal and Delhi Police Commissioner and sought an immediate report on the violence. Meanwhile, students admitted to AIIMS have been discharged after the attack was injured. Please tell that more than 25 were injured in this attack.
JNU violence: Let us tell you that the issue of the increase in fees has been hot in JNU for the last several days. On Sunday night, some masked miscreants beat up students and teachers badly and vandalized the campus. In this case, JNU's leftist student organization and RSS-backed ABVP are accusing each other. Both groups are describing themselves as victims. However, no such masked person was found involved in the violence of any one faction.
JNU violence: Delhi Police registers FIR on JNU attack, masked attackers identified
JNU में छात्रों व शिक्षकों के साथ हुई हिंसा अति-निन्दनीय व शर्मनाक। केन्द्र सरकार को इस घटना को अति-गम्भीरता से लेना चाहिये। साथ ही इस घटना की न्यायिक जाँच हो जाये तो यह बेहतर होगा।— Mayawati (@Mayawati) January 6, 2020
After all, who were these masked, the police have now started investigating it. After several complaints, the police have registered an FIR in the entire case on Monday morning and attempts are being made to identify those masked. DCP Devendra Arya told that the police tried to control the situation by conducting a flag march in the area at night, while Vasant Kunj North police have received several complaints, which are being investigated.
JNU attack: Police were engaged in establishing peace on the campus till morning, after which investigation is being done. At the same time, the entire investigation of the JNU violence has been handed over to Joint CP Western Range Shalini Singh, so that the fairness of the investigation remains. The police say that on Monday morning the police have registered an FIR in the riot sections, although the accused has not been arrested yet. The police also say that some people have been identified, but no information can be given about them yet.
Why the controversy erupted
JNU attack: The JNU administration started the registration process amid protests after the fee hike and January 5 was its last date. However, the students who were protesting on Saturday disconnected the Internet and server wires required for registration, which brought the registration process to a standstill. When some students protested this work, they were allegedly beaten up and then the protest against the fee hike turned into ABVP vs Left. The protest became violent from Sunday evening and the crowd became violent after the masked miscreants arrived. During this, the student and the teacher were all beaten up.
The brutal attack on JNU students & teachers by masked thugs, that has left many seriously injured, is shocking.— Rahul Gandhi (@RahulGandhi) January 5, 2020
The fascists in control of our nation, are afraid of the voices of our brave students. Today’s violence in JNU is a reflection of that fear.
Fake WhatsApp group is also doing work
JNU violence: According to police sources, screenshots of many WhatsApp chats have been going viral since the incident, but those screenshots are not true. His veracity has now been questioned because whoever is making it viral is being done on behalf of leaders of student organizations and blaming their opponents. At present, the police are investigating the case.
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