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Why University in India are facing too much ferocity
Students on universities in many cities beyond the nation have come out in supporter of their analogues at Delhi’s Jamia Millia Islamia and Aligarh Muslim University after Sunday evening’s clash over the new citizenship law.
The police have been arrested for using unnecessary force during student rallies that became severe at the two academies. The Supreme Court today said the “rioting” must end and there should be quiet, replying to inquire to take note of police action on students.
- Students tossed pebbles at the police who kept them seal within the gates as an extensive turmoil emitted at a university in Lucknow.
- Sunday’s police crackdown on the scholars has triggered objections at several universities Students of Mumbai’s Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS) avoided classes today in solidarity with the Jamia and AMU students and assembled on the campus for a tranquil protest.
- In other parts of the nation, students of the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) in Bengaluru, Banaras Hindu University in Uttar Pradesh and Chandigarh University have organised rallies against the amended Citizenship Act.
On 5RJanuary some Guys who were mask attacked the JNU Students on the university campus.
A day after a masked populace, loaded with iron rods, sledgehammers and stones went around Delhi’s Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) attacking students and teachers, leaving at least 34 injured
Delhi Police has recognised some of the masked attackers and a complaint has been filed.
Union Minister Amit Shah talked to the Delhi police head yesterday and has asked a brief but the police are yet to make a single pickup. Mr Shah also spoke to Anil Baijal, the Lieutenant Governor on Delhi this time and asked him to get in impression with the university spokespeople
Why the students from the JNU are were demurring
For more than two months, a stalemate among the students and the administration is on over the hike in hostel prices.
- Students say the hike has grown their monthly fees three-fold and the Left-affiliated students have been demanding a rollback.
- The JNU administration has defended the hike saying room rent has not been updated in 30 years and they are spending Rs 10 crore per year for payment towards utilities, water and service charges.
Country politicians and the Business Tycoons has reprobated these attacks in the JNU on Sunday evening.
Anand Mahindra has tweeted: It doesn’t matter what your politics are. It doesn’t matter what your ideology is. It doesn’t matter what your faith is. If you’re an Indian, you cannot tolerate armed, lawless goons. Those who invaded JNU tonight must be traced & hunted down swiftly & given no quarter.
Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackrey has compared these type of brutality o the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks, calling the violent assault by masked goons outfitted with sledgehammers and iron rods as the act of “cowards”. In a strongly-worded message, he assured students in Maharashtra, who have taken to the roads in large figures since the JNU assault, that his government would not allow any move to beat them.