New Delhi: The Delhi Police on Monday filed an FIR in reference to the assault on college students by a mob on the Jawaharlal Nehru College in Delhi.
“We have filed one FIR,” Delhi Police spokesperson M.S. Randhawa advised IANS.
A number of masked people thrashed college students and lecturers contained in the campus right here with wood and steel rods on Sunday.
Whereas the variety of the injured within the varied clashes which occurred all through Sunday was not but recognized, a minimum of 20 college students had been admitted to the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) with extreme accidents, together with the College students Union President Aishe Ghosh, who was reportedly hit over the attention with an iron rod.
Union House Minister Amit Shah on Monday talked to Delhi Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal and requested him to name representatives from Jawaharlal Nehru College (JNU) for discussions, officers mentioned.
The telephonic dialog between the house minister and the LG got here a day after masked males indulged in violence on the JNU campus.
“The home minister spoke to the LG and requested him to initiate discussions with representatives from the JNU,” an official mentioned.
Yesterday, the house minister had spoken to Delhi Police chief Amulya Patnaik and ordered an inquiry into the incident.
The House Ministry has sought a report from the Delhi Police.
Violence broke out in JNU on Sunday night time as masked males armed with sticks and rods attacked college students and lecturers and broken property on the campus, prompting the administration to name within the police which performed a flag march.
In the meantime, a number of college students have began vacating their hostels amid concern following the violence within the smpus final night time.
“We’re terrified right here and want to go away the campus as quickly as attainable,” a JNU pupil from #Odisha narrates her ordeal whereas leaving the campus attributable to unrest following contemporary violence tn the college final night time #JNUViolence pic.twitter.com/8mOYOotR3B
— OTV (@otvnews) January 6, 2020
Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on Monday condemned the assault on college students and lecturers on the Jawaharlal Nehru College (JNU) in New Delhi.
The Chief Minister, who expressed shock over the incident, mentioned violence has no area in democracy and such assaults on college students have to be condemned unequivocally.
He additionally appealed the regulation enforcement companies to take swift motion to apprehend the culprits.
“Shocked to know about the violent #JNUattack. Violence has no space in democracy and such attacks on students must be condemned unequivocally. Appeal law enforcement agencies to take swift action to apprehend the culprits and wish the injured students a speedy recovery,” tweeted the Chief Minister.
Shocked to know in regards to the violent #JNUattack. Violence has no area in democracy and such assaults on college students have to be condemned unequivocally. Attraction regulation enforcement companies to take swift motion to apprehend the culprits and need the injured college students a speedy restoration.
— Naveen Patnaik (@Naveen_Odisha) January 6, 2020
Equally, BJP Nationwide Vice President Baijayant Panda condemned JNU violence.
“The attack on JNU students is highly condemnable. The opposition is trying its best to keep the protests going on & provoke violence in & outside JNU. All this against CAA. Fuelling anarchy doesn’t help any1. Please think about the nation first. Don’t ruin the education of students,” tweeted Panda
The assault on JNU college students is very condemnable.
The opposition is making an attempt its finest to maintain the protests happening & provoke violence in & exterior JNU. All this in opposition to CAA.
Fuelling anarchy doesn’t assist any1. Please take into consideration the nation first. Don’t break training of scholars🙏
— Baijayant Jay Panda (@PandaJay) January 6, 2020
(With Company Inputs)