The Delhi High Court, whereas listening to the petitions associated to the compensation of the scholars of Jamia Millia Islamia injured within the police motion associated to the Citizenship (Amendment) Act, has issued discover to the Center, Delhi Government and Delhi Police on Monday asking them to reply.
The bench of Chief Justice Justice DN Patel and Justice C Hari Shankar issued these notices after listening to these petitions. A protest on 15 December close to Jamia erupted when protesters pelted stones at police and torched authorities and personal automobiles parked there. <! –
Police personnel then entered Jamia and launched tear fuel shells and lathi-charged the scholars. Shayan Mujib, a pupil injured on this police motion, stated in a petition filed within the Delhi High Court that he was badly damage within the police motion and has spent two lakh rupees on his therapy.
Mujib alleged that he was learning within the library on the time and his leg fractured in police motion. Another pupil Mohammad Minhajuddin has additionally requested for an inquiry into the violence within the petition filed within the court docket and has additionally demanded compensation for the damage. He has stated in his petition that one eye gentle has gone to him in police brutality.