Priyanka Gandhi's alleged Jamia video on Twitter, focusing on Modi authorities fiercely

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Jamia Viral Video: An alleged video in regards to the incident that came about on December 15 in Jamia Millia Islamia goes viral. An alleged video in regards to the incident in Jamia on December 15 has been leaked on-line, by which uniformed policemen are seen beating college students inside a library. This video just isn’t solely getting reactions on social media, however politicians have additionally began reacting. The video has been shared by many individuals, together with the Jamia Coordination Committee of protesting college students and lecturers.

The Twitter deal with of Jamia Millia Islamia stated, "Look at it and understand the form of trauma and cruelty that JMI college students have suffered by the hands of Delhi Police .. <! –

                 The college students had been handled brutally with none fault. "

Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra additionally tweeted the video and wrote, "See how Delhi Police is beating students indiscriminately. A boy is showing a book, but the policemen are running sticks."

Priyanka stated, "The Home Minister and Delhi Police officials lied that they had not beaten anyone by entering the library. After watching this video, if action is not taken on the violence in Jamia, the intention of the government is completely Will come in front of the country. "

In the video, uniformed policemen are seen coming into the library, which the scholars say is the previous studying corridor of the M.A.M.Phil part, and they’re seen beating the scholars who sit and browse.

The Jamia administration refused to touch upon the video because the matter is in court docket, whereas Delhi Police's Joint Commissioner of Police Praveer Ranjan has additionally refused to touch upon its veracity and the matter is being investigated.

Just a few days after the Citizenship Amendment Bill was handed, on 15 December final 12 months, there was plenty of violence by college students and locals throughout an anti-CAA rally. Delhi Police had stated that the buses had been burnt by the mob, after which the police resorted to lathicharge.

The matter has been with the Crime Branch of Delhi Police. The college had approached the police to register an FIR towards the police personnel accountable for the brutal beating. The Jamia Millia Islamia administration had additionally filed a case within the court docket of the Metropolitan Magistrate, who directed the Delhi Police to file a report concerning the motion taken by 16 March.

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