Rein Of Terror Erupted in JNU Campus By A Masked Mob

According to sources, there had been violent actions by ABVP at JNU today in the presence of Police Force.

“In the presence of the police, ABVP is walking under the forehead with sticks, bars, hammers with his face. They are throwing bricks, climbing walls and entering hostels and killing students. Many teachers and students have also been beaten. JNUSU President Aish Ghosh has been brutally attacked and is bleeding heavily from his head. Students are trying to protect themselves while being persecuted by ABVP thugs, while police are engrossed in their crimes, taking orders from Sanghi teachers, forcing students to shout slogans of Bharat Mata Ki Jai! ", A JNUSU statement said.

"I was brutally attacked by thugs with masks. I'm bleeding I was brutally beaten, ”said ANH, citing Aish Ghosh.

Aish Ghosh was seen bleeding heavily from the head in pictures and videos appearing online.

However, the ABVP denied the allegations and declared that students of the organization have been attacked by the Association of Students Association of India (AISA), Federation of Students (SFI) and Federation of Democratic Students (DSF).

The state-sponsored terrorist attack against JNU by ABVP under the direct orders of BJP and Amit Shah today showed under the patronage of Delhi Police how far the government can go to suppress students. ABVP wreaked havoc on JNU with sticks, hammers, sickle, sticks, acid bottles. While his girl brigade dragged the students from the girls' lodge, asking them to rearrange the rate hike. If this is Modiji's new India, and it is his way of expressing his gross fascist through violence and anarchy; Including all the members of my NSUI, I will face them till my last breath. We are entering a new phase of state-sponsored terrorism in India. And you can only blame Modi-Shah-RSS for this. In a statement, Congress National President Neeraj Kundan supported the NSUI Students' Union.

JNUSU President, Aishe Ghosh rushed to AIIMS after severe injuries on the head during JNU violence

Soon after the attack, slogans of "ABVP return" were raised on the JNU campus. Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal has also registered his grief and shock for the incident on Twitter.

The students claim that the masked thugs entered the shelters of Sabarmati, Mahi Mandvi and Periyar where they attacked the students with sticks and damaged property.

In a video allegedly from the Periyar Hostel, the women can be heard shouting: "These people are not from JNU, they have acid ... They are attacking people."

Apparently, teachers were also attacked. The images reveal that Suchitra Sen, a professor at the Center for the Study of Regional Development, JNU, was also attacked for trying to protect the students from the attackers.

Screenshots of a WhatsApp group called "Friends of RSS" went viral and members discussed plans to attack the university and possible ways to enter the campus.

Whatsapp Group where the attack plan was allegedly Made

In another video allegedly taken from JNU, the songs of "Vande Mataram" and "Bharat Mata Ki Jai" are heard.

JNUSU claimed that the attack was carried out by the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP), supported by the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). The ABVP has denied its role in the attack and claimed that students of leftist youth groups attacked ABVP members near the administrative block. The ABVP states that 25 of its members were attacked and 11 of them are apparently missing.

Police have blocked the routes leading to JNU. According to sources, students are not allowed to enter or leave the campus unless they are seriously injured and the street lights have been switched off. Miscreants masked by thugs still roam freely inside the campus.

JNU's Sabarmati Hostel Vandalised

Several protesters have gathered at ITO in front of Delhi Police Headquarters to protest against the incident.

The students are also believed to have been attacked yesterday on an indefinite strike by a hike in rates, with the student union requesting a boycott of registration. JNUSU general secretary Satish Chandra Yadav was attacked along with several students. The students alleged that the perpetrators of the violence were Jawaharlal Nehru Teachers' Federation (JNUTF) and ABVP.

Note: This is an incident story into the process and you will be updated after more information.


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  1. Now gettingt education is also one of the daring works as no student is safe even in his temple


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