Police motion in Jamia violence case launched on December 15, photos of 70 individuals launched

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Delhi Police on Wednesday launched images of 70 individuals concerned within the Jamia violence. Let me let you know that in the course of the protests held on 15 December on Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), National Register of Citizens (NRC) and National Population Register (NPR), protesters set fireplace to a number of DTC buses in Jamia space Had given. After which the police, whereas taking motion to regulate the gang, fired lathicharge and tear fuel shells during which a number of college students of Jamia Millia Islamia had been significantly injured.

The injured scholar reached the High Court

At the identical time, the case of one of many college students injured within the violence has been transferred to Delhi High Court today (Wednesday). <! –

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                 In this incident, a committee or Special Investigative Team (SIT) demanded a probe beneath the supervision of the court docket. According to the allegation, the Delhi Police had lathi-charged the scholars learning at the moment within the college library, during which about 150 college students had been injured. Petitioner Minhazuddin misplaced one of many violence whereas one other was present process remedy for his injured eye. The petition demanded that he be compensated on the idea of his advantage. Also, a case needs to be registered relating to the assault by the police personnel concerned on this incident.

Report introduced by 16 March

Earlier on January 22, a Delhi court docket, whereas listening to a petition filed by the college administration, directed the police to file a report. Metropolitan Magistrate Rajat Goyal ordered the Delhi Police to submit the report by 16 March.

'FIR not filed until date'

The petition was filed by the University Registrar by Advocates Asgar Khan and Tariq Anwar, stating, "The Chief Proctor of the University had filed a complaint on 16.12.2019 to SHO Jamia Nagar for registration of FIR and a copy of the same. It was also sent through email. On 17.12.2019, SHO Jamia Nagar, DCP South-East and Commissioner of Delhi Police posted a letter of police in the university campus. AD against entry, read in the library with students taking physical injury and 12.15.2019 were damaged assets of the university. While Aaj Tak went not enter any FIR in this regard. "

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