Institutes pan India stand with Jamia condemning the violence on students

DP entered the JMIU library, trashed the property, beat the students and cast teargas in the stretch, allege causing 200 students injury as per the reports

On Sunday in the late hours, videos and photographs started surfacing on social media of the Jamia Milia Islamia University of clashes between Delhi police and Jamia students. The Delhi police action against the students and mishandling the property was captured in-camera. The disturbing footages provoked many to stood out in Support of students.

Students claimed Delhi police entered college premises, started beating students and threw teargas across the premises. More than 200 students are injured. Students were detained at night and was left later. Many Universities came in support of the Jamia students facing the brutality.

Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) of Uttar Pradesh, the first University hold protest in support of the Jamia students. Later these protestors and police clashed with each other. Reports are more than 100 students suffered.

Protest broke out in Hyderabad’s Maulana Azad Urdu University. Protestors shout “Shame on the Delhi Police”.

From Mumbai, students of the Tata Insitute of Social Sciences (TISS) did a silent protest in support of Jamia students took out a candlelight march singing the Raj-era Urdu poem “Sarfaroshi ki Tamanna” written by Bismil Azimabadi and made famous by association with the revolutionaries such as Bhagat Singh who fought the British Empire.

IIT Mumbai joins the march with torches and bear placards which read, “In solidarity with Jamia”.

The students of Pondicherry Univerity also protested the Delhi police violence in Jamia.

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In Lucknow, students of the Darul Uloom Nadwatul Ulama marched through the city.


The following actions happened after the Citizenship Amendment bill was signed by President on Wednesday and converted into Act. The first protests against the Citizenship Act amendment were sparked off by students in Assam.

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