Watch: Shirtless in 10° cold, Jamia students protests alleged police brutality

Students of Jamia Millia Islamia University have formed a human chain outside the campus in protest against “police brutality”

New Delhi: Students of Jamia Millia Islamia University are back on the road to agitate, standing shirtless in bone-chilling winter to demand action against Delhi Police over the violence on campus on Sunday. Slogans of “inquilab zindabad” have echoed as the group took out a demanding CBI inquiry into “police brutality”. Another group of students has formed a human chain to resume peaceful protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act.

Meanwhile, the Supreme Court, said it will hear all matters related to the new citizenship law on December 18. Protests against the CAA that started in Assam and West Bengal last week have now spread to Delhi and Uttar Pradesh, with universities in Hyderabad and Mumbai also witnessing solidarity marches.

The students of Jamia Millia Islamia University removed their shirt and protested at the gate of the university demanding action against Delhi police following yesterday’s incident.

A student at the Jamia Millia Islamia took off their clothes on Monday early morning to demonstrate protest against the Delhi police brutality at the university campus.

Students of Jamia Millia Islamia University have formed a human chain outside the campus in protest against “police brutality”.

A group of Jamia Millia students stood shirtless in the bone-chilling cold outside the JMI gates on Monday to protest the police action against their colleagues.
Slogans of “inquilab zindabad” echoed in the air as the group of around 10 students, accompanied by their fellow colleagues, took out a small protest, demanding a CBI probe into the “police brutality”.
“Students have been beaten up badly. The policemen entered bathrooms, libraries and beat up girls. Our protest is against the goons called Delhi Police,” said a research scholar who did not want to be identified.
As a few women escorted an injured student narrated the situation to the media, some people were seen asking them not to give any statements.
“We all were inside the university when the police barged in. Around 20 policemen came from gate no 7 and 50 others came from the rear gate. We told them we were not involved in the violence. They didn’t listen to us.
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