JNU Violence Impact: Students protest against violence from Mumbai to AMU, DU

Protests are taking place in educational institutions across the country against the violence that took place last night in JNU. Since last night, students from Mumbai to Pune and Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) have been protesting against the violence. While the students of AMU took out a candle march in support of JNU students, the demonstrations at the Gateway of India of Mumbai students have continued continuously since last night.

Alert in UP after violence in JNU

Police forces in UP are on alert following violence in JNU. Additional police force has been deployed in several universities of the state including Aligarh Muslim University (AMU).

Protests at DU’s North Campus

A demonstration will be held at 2 pm today at the North Campus of Delhi University to protest against the violence in JNU. The National Students Union of India (NSUI) has called for protests at the Faculty of Arts.

JNU VC appeals to students to keep peace

JNU VC M Jagadish Kumar on Monday appealed to all the students to maintain peace and said that the highest priority of Variety is to protect the educational interests of the students.

At present, all 34 students of JNU have been discharged from AIIMS Hospital. At the same time, students are leaving the campus after the violence at the JNU campus. The police has registered the first FIR in this case. Delhi Police has given information about this. A student of Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) was seen exiting the campus. This student was present on campus yesterday during the violence. The student said, ‘People came from outside, equipped with sticks and sticks. The situation at the university is critical. So, I am leaving it on campus for now. ‘

Mumbai students perform from midnight

Students of Mumbai protested. Students of various colleges have been protesting at the Gateway of India since Sunday midnight to condemn the JNU violence. The protest is currently going on till dawn. JNU alumni Omar Khalid and Kunal Kamra were part of the group of students , Who held candlelight protests to show solidarity with JNU students.

The youth, mostly students of the city’s colleges, gathered on the pavement near Hotel Taj near the Gateway of India to protest the violence. Violence erupted Sunday night at Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) when lathis and batons Equipped masked students attacked JNU students and teachers and damaged property on campus. After this, the JNU administration had to call the police, who conducted a flag march there.

AMU Students’ Candle March

Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) students took out a candle march on Monday to show solidarity with Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) students. The candle was taken out on the night of March 5 to protest against the violence in JNU. The students lit candles and showed banners to express solidarity with JNU students who were injured during the violence on campus. The banners of the students had written, ‘AMU stands together in solidarity with JNU’. Slogans like ‘JNU Zindabad’, ‘AMU Zindabad’ were raised during this march.

FTII students perform in Pune

Students also protested in Pune against the violence that took place last night in JNU. Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) students staged a protest against the violence at Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU).

Jamia Milia condemned the attack on students

The coordination committee of Jamia Millia Islamia University on Monday condemned the attack on Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) students, including their student union president Aish Ghosh. Accused of violence.

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