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‘Modi’s rivalry with JNU revealed’ leader blamed on violence


Delhi: Several students were injured in a violent clash between the student leader of the All India Student Council (ABVP) and Left students on Sunday evening at the JNU campus. JNU hostel president Ayashi Ghosh is seriously injured. The top leaders of some parties including Aam Aadmi Party, Congress, Shiv Sena, Swaraj India have expressed their anger on this attack on JNU.

Priyanka Gandhi arrives at AAIMS Trauma Center to meet the injured

Congress, General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi reached AAIMS Trauma Center to meet students and teachers who are injured in JNU violence. 18 people injured in JNU have been admitted to the Trauma Center.

How will the country proceed if the student is not secure in the university: Kejriwal

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said that if the students are not secure in the university campus, how will the country proceed? Kejriwal said, ‘I am annoyed to know about the violence at JNU. The students were brutally attacked. Police should stop violence immediately and keep peace. If our students are not safe inside the university campus, how will the country proceed? ‘

What is the model of law and order in the capital city ?: Manish Sisodia

Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia tweeted: ‘Where is the law and order model in the capital of this country which is being implemented?’

Modi’s rivalry with JNU revealed

Congress spokesperson Randeep Surjewala blamed Modi government for the beating with students at the JNU campus. Surjewala said, “The hostility of the Modi government in JNU is public. Delhi Police was at the gate of JNU. However, attackers have beaten students and teachers at Sabarmati and other hostels with sticks. Is this terror spreading in a planned way? ‘

JNU incident unfortunate, violence not tolerated: HRD

The Union Ministry of Human Resource Development (HRD) has described it as very shocking incident.

Picture of JNU terrifying: Nirmala Sitharaman

Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman, who is a student of JNU, tweeted, expressing concern over the incident. Nirmala wrote – Pictures of intimidation are coming from JNU – a place I know, known for sharp discussions and thoughts, not for violence. Anything has been said about this government in the last few weeks but this government wants the university to be a safe place for students. ‘

Violence with students and teachers at JNU is reprehensible: Deputy Governor

Delhi Deputy Governor Anil Baijal tweeted, condemning the incident and said that Delhi Police coordinated with JNU system and ordered to take all necessary steps to maintain law and order. he situation is being monitored.