“You start reading Kalma as if they were going to kill me,” Says Jamia Student recounts horror

‘I was never a part of the protest, that day I was studying in the library. Cops started beating me till the time I fell unconscious,’ said Jamia student.


NEW DELHI| On Tuesday Jamia students organized a press conference to share the eyewitness account of the injured students and students who were detained by the police on Sunday after the violent clash. One of the students who was injured said he felt the police were in favour of PM Modi and Amit Shah questioning him what problem does he have with government. The conference was supported by Bollywood actor Muhammad Zeeshan Ayub Khan who came out openly in support of the Jamia students.

One student name Mohammad Mustafa of Jamia University shared his story. He said that he was attacked by the police while studying in the library. Mohammad’s both hands are fractured as he was lathi-charged by the Delhi police inside the Jamia library.

Mohammad Mustafa said, “I was never a part of the protest, even that day I was studying in the library. There were around 20 students there. We all got scared. Cops started beating me mercilessly till the time I fell unconscious.”

“Sabse disgusting ye Hua tha ki Policewale bol rahe the tu Kalma padh lo, Jaise ki ab hum Marne wale the. Ye poocha ki tumhe kya dikkat hai Modi, Shah se. Mujhe aisa laga ki Police bias hoke ek community ko target kar rahi,” Mohammad Mustafa added. (The worst part was the police were telling me, ‘You start reading Kalma,’ as if they were going to kill me. Police were questioning me what problem do I have with Modi and Shah. I felt police being bias towards one community and targeting another)

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The Raanjhanaa actor Muhammad Zeeshan Ayub who attended the conference said, ‘They are making a fool of you for their entertainment. They don’t have any work to show, Kashmir, Pak issues have now failed so to keep fooling you they are coming up with all such divisive things. Don’t get fooled, stand united’.

“My father is a Muslim, my mother is a Hindu. How can they divide us in the name of religion?” actor Zeeshan Ayub said. Ayub expressed solidarity with Jamia and AMU students. Muhammad Zeeshan Ayub urged everyone to stand united against the divisive & unconstitutional CAA-NRC.


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