New Delhi: Because the Jawaharlal Nehru College limps backs to normalcy after Sunday’s brutal violence, the Delhi Police on Monday began its probe and have registered 4 FIRs.
Police stated that an FIR was registered on January four on the criticism of the JNU administration concerning obstruction within the registration course of. The scholars needed to register for subsequent semester however this was allegedly blocked by a piece of scholars protesting the hostel charge hike.
The second and third FIRs have been additionally registered concerning scuffles and obstruction in registration course of.
The fourth FIR was registered on Monday in opposition to unidentified and recognized individuals for his or her alleged function within the campus violence on Sunday.
Police took suo motu cognisance of the violence and registered the FIR at Vasant Kunj North police station below which the campus comes.
As per the fourth FIR, a case has been registered below Sections 145 (illegal meeting,) 147 (rioting), 148 (rioting, armed with lethal weapon) 149 (illegal meeting responsible of offence) and 151 (meeting of 5 or extra individuals prone to trigger a disturbance) below the Indian Penal Code and below numerous sections of Prevention of Injury to Public Property Act, 1984.
Inspector Anand Yadav, within the fourth FIR, acknowledged: “The students had been protesting for last few days over fee hike and other issues inside the university premises and as per the Delhi High Court direction of not allowing any student to carry out protest within the radius of 100 metres of the Administrative Block, police had been deployed permanently over there.”
He acknowledged that on Sunday, he, together with the opposite personnel, have been current contained in the campus close to the executive block.
The FIR states that at 3.34 p.m., they got here to know that some college students have indulged in clashes and are damaging public property exterior the Periyar Hostel. “We rushed to the spot and found that 40 to 50 unidentified people, in which a few people covering faces with handkerchiefs and masks, and carrying sticks and rods, were beating up other students inside and outside the hostel,” Yadav stated within the FIR.
Yadav stated he and his workforce rushed to the spot and requested them to take care of peace. “As soon we reached, these unidentified people fled from the spot,” he stated.
To manage the state of affairs, the college authorities gave the police written approval to enter the campus in addition to hostel premises.
After getting the request letter, extra police groups have been referred to as in to handle the violence inside the varsity premises. “We requested the students to maintain peace and not to indulge in any violence,” the police officer stated.
Within the meantime, the police management room began receiving misery calls from contained in the campus from the scholars about being overwhelmed up.
“At 7 p.m., we came to know that a group of 40 to 50 unidentified people have entered the Sabarmati Hostel and have started beating up students and damaging property,” the FIR acknowledged.
Police groups instantly reached the spot and located that round 40 to 40 students-cum-hooligans have been damaging the property of the hostel.
“We made announcement to maintain peace and not to indulge in violence and immediately leave the premises. The hooligans, hearing the announcement, for a while continued damaging the properties but as we pressed in, they fled from the spot,” Yadav stated within the FIR.
The FIR acknowledged that thereafter, injured college students have been recognized and rushed to the AIIMS Trauma Centre, and the Safdarjung Hospital.