Delhi Police on Sunday alleged that some people who were part of the agitation against the amended citizenship law came prepared for arson and torched vehicles, reported news agency PTI.
Deputy Commissioner of Police (Southeast) Chinmoy Biswal said nearly 1,500 people had begun a protest-march from Jamia university area around 3 pm but police stopped them near New Friends Colony and requested them to return and protest peacefully.
10:40 PM | The situation in Mau is completely under control now. Administration is keeping a close watch on the situation. Section 144 has been imposed in the area: Uttar Pradesh DGP OP Singh
Sonia Gandhi slams government over anti-CAA protests, says BJP government is waging war against youth
Priyanka Gandhi Vadra and other Congress leaders sit on a symbolic protest over police action during students’ protests in Jamia Milia Islamia (Delhi) and Aligarh Muslim University.
04:08 PM | It has been decided that we would recommend the Ministry of Human Resource Development to set up a high-level committee or initiate a judicial inquiry into the matter: AP Siddiqui, Registrar, Jamia Milia Islamia, after Executive Council Meeting on yesterday’s incident
We have organized a committee to assess the damage caused to Jamia. Those students who need medical treatment, we will assure medical assistance to them
01:00 PM | DU Students lathi-charged after taking out protests
Student protestors are being lathi-charged in Delhi University. On Monday, several students boycotted exams and held protests to express solidarity with the students of Jamia Millia and AMU, who had borne the brunt of police action against the Citizenship Amendment Act protests.
12:55 AM | ‘Whatever Happened is Not Accepted’: Jamia VC
JMI Vice Chancellor Najma Akhtar while addressing a press conference said, “Whatever has happened is not acceptable. The university property was damaged, who will pay for this loss. More than that this is taken an emotional toll on the students.”
12:25 PM | AMU to be evacuated: UP Police chief
Aligarh Muslim University to be evacuated, says UP police chief after violence at campus
12:00 PM | Supreme Court on Jamia Violence
The Supreme Court (SC) on Monday said it will hear all pleas related to the Jamia Milia Islamia clashes on Tuesday while issuing a stern warning to students to stop riots.
A bench headed by Chief Justice S A Bobde said it will hear the pleas along with other pending matters coming up for hearing on December 18.
Senior advocate Abhishek Manu Singhvi mentioned for urgent listing the two pleas and said this petition should also be heard along with a similar plea filed by the Indian Union Muslim League (IUML), which is coming up for hearing on Wednesday.
11:20 AM | JMI students protest shirtless in chilling winter
Students of Jamia Millia Islamia University have formed a human chain outside the campus in protest against “police brutality”.
10:35 AM | Two FIRs registered under charges of rioting & damaging property
Delhi Policce files 2 FIRs in connection with the violence that took place yesterday at the Jamia Nagar. The FIRs have been registered under charges of rioting & damaging property.
10:30 AM | Jamia Students Take out Protest
Jamia Millia Islamia Students are taking out a protest against police action on students. Meanwhile, Human Rights Law Network has filed a petition on behalf of students at Jamia and AMU seeking an urgent mentioning before the CJI.
10:10 AM | JMI to hold press conference at 11:30 AM
Jamia Millia Islamia likely to hold a press conference today at 11.30 am on the police action against university students.
03:05 am | All Jamia Milia Islamia students detained at Kalkaji Police Station have been released
Maulana Azad National Urdu University students on protest in Hyderabad have declared they would boycott all the semester exams starting from Monday morning
Compliance report to be filed at 3pm on Dec 16 at commission office, failing which will attract appropriate action as deemed fit by the commission: Delhi Minorities Commission
Chief Minister Adityanath appeals for peace and harmony across Uttar Pradesh.
02:00 AM | Delhi Minorities Commission orders SHO Kalkaji Police Station to ‘release the injured students of the Jamia Millia’ held at the said police station or to take them without any delay for treatment at a reputed hospital
Students of Jadavpur University take out a rally protesting against the Jamia Milia University incident
Police couldn’t differentiate between the protesters and students sitting in the library. Many students and staff were injured. There was so much ruckus that Police couldn’t take permission. I hope for peace and safety of our students: Jamia Millia Islamia VC