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Jamia Millia Islamia VC supports the students, condemns horrifying Police violence

Sabrangindia 16 Dec 2019
In a video released by Jamia Milia Islamia University, Vice-Chancellor, Najma Akhtar has come out in full support of her students. She said, “ Deeply hurt by how my students were treated. Police entering campus without permission is unacceptable. I want my students to know that they are not alone in this fight. I am with them.”
 
The students were released early this morning after being detained by the Police, who entered the campus without permission from University officials and inflicted violence on students apart from alleged property arson and destruction.
 
After the students were released Akhtar said they will file an FIR against the entry of police into university campus. She said, “We demand a high level inquiry as you cannot compensate for the things that the students went through." 
 
Watch her full Video here:
 

Video Courtesy: Hindustan Times

 

Jamia Millia Islamia VC supports the students, condemns horrifying Police violence

In a video released by Jamia Milia Islamia University, Vice-Chancellor, Najma Akhtar has come out in full support of her students. She said, “ Deeply hurt by how my students were treated. Police entering campus without permission is unacceptable. I want my students to know that they are not alone in this fight. I am with them.”
 
The students were released early this morning after being detained by the Police, who entered the campus without permission from University officials and inflicted violence on students apart from alleged property arson and destruction.
 
After the students were released Akhtar said they will file an FIR against the entry of police into university campus. She said, “We demand a high level inquiry as you cannot compensate for the things that the students went through." 
 
Watch her full Video here:
 

Video Courtesy: Hindustan Times

 

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