By See Latest Desk, Updated : Apr 03, 2020 10:03 IST
Politics Started on JNU Violence in Delhi| Opposition Meetings Underway

As per reports Political Parties have started their meetings over JNU violence occurred inside campus on Sunday. Opposition parties including BSP, Left and Congress have called their meetings over JNU protest to further decide their agenda in Delhi based Jawaharlal Nehru University. In JNU University on Sunday news of fresh violence reported inside Campus as ABVP and JNUSU students clashed on Sunday. Delhi Police has registered FIR on fresh violence in Jawaharlal Nehru University on Monday.

As per reports Congress Party and other opposition parties calling centre govt’s rule a ‘Nazi rule’ signaled that BJP led ABVP created violence inside Campus and Home Minister Amit Shah is behind the violence in JNU University. In violence in JNU on Sunday ABVP, JNUSU and other left groups clashed inside campus and around 30 students were injured in clash on Sunday. Later students were admitted to AIIMS and Safdarjung Hospital in Delhi.

Politics on JNU Violence- Latest Updates

JNU Violence on Sunday gave Opposition a soft bone to target Central Government. As all opposition parties alleging ABVP for fresh violence inside versity campus. Opposition parties have started their meetings to target rulling BJP in centre.

Based on ANI reports on Sunday, clash took place between students inside JNU Campus. Hostel property and cars were vandalized by students. Students and teachers were also attacked by a mob of alleged ABVP members who entered the JNU campus on Sunday night, as per reports. The violence began around 5 pm on Sunday.

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Congress Party on one hand accusing Central Government and BJP for the violence in JNU and on other hand defending itself by showing solidarity to JNU students. Congress in a statement said what is happening in JNU is under Nazi rule.

Here are Political & Administrative Developments

Earlier when Delhi Police entered inside JNU Campus, JNU students shouted Delhi Police Go Back, Go Back and raised slogans.

While HRD Minister Prakash Javdekar has called for ‘proper investigation’ in JNU violence

On other hand JNU Vice Chancellor said the academic interests of students in JNU is among top priority.

BSP supremo and former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati also alleged centre govt in JNU violence

Delhi Commission for Women DCW Chief Swati Maliwal issues summons to Delhi Police over assault on female students inside the JNU campus on Sunday.- AAP Party

I condemn this violence. There is no doubt these ppl were given the green signal by the powers that be. They had covered their faces in a cowardly way and were allowed to enter JNU with rods&sticks- Assauddin Owaisi

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