Students condemn police atrocities at Jamia, AMU

Hyderabad:  Expressing solidarity with the students of Aligarh Muslim University and Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi, the students of Maulana Azad National Urdu University staged a massive protest on the Campus of the University yesterday. They took out a massive rally from students’ Hostel to the entrance gate of the University at 8.30 p.m. yesterday.

The students of MANUU also decided to boycott the examinations to be conducted on Monday, the 16th of December.

President of the Students’ Union, Mr. Omer Farooq told that 12-15 hundred students participated in the protest rally. They also set ablaze the effigy of the Home Minister of India, Mr. Amit Shah. The students of MANUU demanded the Govt. of India to bear of the treatment expresses of the injured students of AMU and Jamia and also take stern action against erring police officers.

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Meanwhile the police action in Jamia triggered off a wave of protests across university campuses through the night. Students protested against the police action and the CAB at :


Scores of Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) students mobilised against the Delhi Police over its actions against Jamia and AMU students.

IIT, Mumbai

IIT, Mumbai also hit the streets with torches and placards expressing solidarity with Jamia and AMU students.

In Mumbai, students from the Tata Institute of Social Sciences took out a candlelight march. 

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Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai

Nadwa College, Lucknow

Students of Islamic seminary Darul Uloom Nadwatul Ulama in Lucknow on Monday as came out in support of Delhi’s Jamia Millia University and Uttar Pradesh’s Aligarh Muslim University students,

Banaras Hindu University

Scores of Banaras Hindu University students also hit the streets on Sunday in solidarity with Jamia Millia University University.

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