On Tuesday, close to the Jamia Milia Islamia Campus, a crowd of individuals carrying a tricolor of their fingers shouted the slogans of 'Shoot the traitors of the nation …' within the presence of the police, after which the ambiance has rekindled. Earlier on January 30 and February 2, there was a firing incident during which a journalist pupil, Shadab Farooq, was shot within the arm.
The protesting Jamia pupil Hafiz Azmi stated, "The crowd came in Sukhdev Vihar shouting slogans in the presence of the police. They stopped at gate number-1 and shouted 'Jai Shri Ram and shoot …' The crowd then went towards Sukhdev Vihar shouting slogans. "
Earlier on December 15, there was violence on the Jamia Campus during which round 150 college students have been injured. <! –
Explain that there was a protest in opposition to the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), National Register of Citizens and National Population Register (NRP) on the Gate No. 7 of the college for the final a number of days.
Role of police suspect
The college students appealed and stated, "We urge people to gather at Gate No. 7 in large numbers. The role of Delhi Police in handling the situation in Jamia is doubtful."
The man shot
On January 30, through the anti-CAA march organized by the Jamia Coordination Committee, a 19-year-old man named Rambhakta Gopal Sharma was firing. The protesting college students have been taking the march from Jamia to Rajghat. However, the march was stopped close to the Holy Family Hospital close to the college. The arrested particular person is a resident of Jewar space of Gautam Budh Nagar district (Uttar Pradesh). He is at the moment in custody for 14 days. Subsequently, at round 11:30 pm on February 2, unidentified individuals opened hearth close to gate number-5 of the campus. After this, offended college students surrounded the Jamia Nagar police station and raised slogans in opposition to the Delhi Police. Thereafter, an FIR was registered based mostly on the statements of eyewitnesses.
Union minister shouted slogans
Earlier, whereas addressing an election rally in Rithala on 27 January, Union Minister of State for Finance Anurag Thakur made a controversial assertion from the discussion board. Addressing the gathering, he had stated, "To the traitors of the country", then the gang standing in entrance shouted slogans, "Shoot …". After which he was banned for 3 days by the Election Commission. At the identical time, there was numerous criticism on social media after the firing incident in Jamia.