JNU Violence News: JNU, ABVP in the Game of Blame for JNU News Violence – India
masked malefactors entered the university campus
and attacked people.
Calling it an “emergency situation,” JUNUS claimed that ABVP members, with their faces masked, were moving on campus with sides, rods and hammers and beating students.
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According to the sources, the confrontation took place during a public meeting organized by the UNJ Teachers’ Association.
“Several teachers and students have been beaten. JNUSU President Aishe Ghosh has been brutally attacked,” JNUSU said.
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Members of left-backed student costumes alleged that outsiders were allowed to enter campus and broke into shelters, including girls’ shelters.
JNUSU added: “Students are trying to save themselves as they are chased by ABVP cones while police are complicit in the crimes, forcing students to sing the slogans of ‘Bharat Mata ki Jai’.”
Against the charges, the ABVP claimed left activists were behind the violence at JNU. He said ABVP members were attacked by students affiliated with left-wing student organizations SFI, AISA and DSF.
The ABVP said 25 students were injured in the attack.
Meanwhile, the JNU administration said it has called the police to maintain law and order on campus. A statement from the registrar’s office said efforts are being made to tackle wrongdoers.
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