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JNU Violence: Fighting Between Left and ABVP Students in Campus, Government Ask for Report

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JNU Violence: Fighting Between Left and ABVP Students in Campus, Government Asks for Report: Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) campus on Sunday evening caused a lot of uproars and student union president Aish Ghosh was beheaded. The student union claims that this disturbance has happened between the students of the Left and ABVP. Around 25 students of both student organizations were injured in this violence.

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It is being told that January 5 was the last day for winter semester registration, so students wanted to get registered. But the Left and the Students Union tried to stop them. During this, students of both groups clashed.

After this, stone pelting started in front of Periyar Hostel. Police have reached the campus after the incident. Several students have suffered serious injuries in the incident. At the same time, police have taken many other students with them.

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Aish Ghosh, president of Jawaharlal Nehru University Students’ Union (JNUSU) at JNU, said, “I have been beaten brutally by goons wearing masks.” I am bleeding and they have beaten me brutally. She has been attacked by masked people.

Pictures and videos during the clash are becoming viral on social media. In another video, students wearing masks are seen attacking. JNU teacher Suchitra Sen has also suffered serious injuries.

Central government asked for a report

The Ministry of Human Resources has sought a report from the JNU Registrar on the entire matter. Apart from the JNU VC, he has also spoken to police officials to ensure peace, an official of the ministry said.

Kejriwal appealed to stop the violence immediately

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has appealed to stop the violence immediately. Kejriwal said, ‘I am quite shocked by the violence in JNU. The students have been attacked badly. The police should immediately stop violence and maintain peace. If the students are not safe even within the campus, how will the country progress?

The Delhi government has said that seven ambulances have been dispatched while 10 ambulances are on standby in view of the status of the JNU campus. A heavy security force has also been deployed on campus.

ABVP claims Left behind this violence

Meanwhile, ABVP has issued a statement on Twitter saying that the left students are behind the violence on campus. According to the statement, the hand of SFI, AISA and DSF Students Union is behind this violence. Around 25 students have been injured in this attack while 11 students are not known. The ABVP claimed in another tweet that students were beaten and vandalized in the hostel.

ABVP National General Secretary Nidhi Tripathi said, “This is an undisclosed emergency from the goons of the Left”.

Raiders were speaking Bharat Mata Ki Jai: JNUSU

After ABVP, the JNU Students Union has also submitted its tweet. JNUSU wrote on its Twitter handle, ‘They were speaking Bharat Mata ki Jai. He was taking the name of Bharat Mata after assaulting students on campus. Government-sponsored terrorism is being spread on the JNU campus.

On the other hand, Delhi Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal said that the violence in JNU against students and teachers is highly condemnable. He said that Delhi Police should take all possible steps with the JNU administration to maintain law and order and take action against the perpetrators of violence.

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Yogendra Yadav is also pushed up

Yogendra Yadav, a social worker and an alumnus of JNU, also struggled with a blow. He said that never seen such an atmosphere before. JNU was prevented from entering the campus and was also punished. Questioning this, Yadav said that instead of entering into JNU and taking action against the haters, the leaders were prevented from entering.

JNU students protest outside Delhi Police headquarters

Students are protesting outside the Delhi Police Headquarters against the attack on students at Jawaharlal Nehru University.

18 students of JAU brought to Trauma Center

18 students of Jawaharlal Nehru University have been taken to AIIMS Trauma Center for treatment. Many of these students have serious head injuries.

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