South Delhi Turns Into A War Zone As Police, Students Clash At Jamia University


A violent protest against the new citizens’ bill is growing across the country especially the nation’s capital. In the South Delhi region, there were three days of peaceful protest against the law, passed by Parliament last week. However, the peaceful protest turned into chaos on Sunday afternoon. Several buses and vehicles were vandalized. Police used Lathicharge and Tear gas to control the mob. Several students and police personnel were injured during the incident.

A clash between protesters and the police

As the protesters clashed with cops several police vehicles were torched, stones were pelted; the police also used batons and teargas shells to scatter the violent mob. In this chaos nearly 60 people including students, cops and firefighters were injured.

source: twitter

In the violence and stone-pelting, several policemen were wounded, including southeast district DCP, Additional Deputy Commissioner of Police (South), two Assistant Commissioner of Police, five Station House Officers, inspectors, and other police personnel. Among them, Head Constable Maqsool Ahmad is admitted to ICU with critical head injuries.

source: twitter

Police entered the Jamia university campus, several people were arrested for alleged responsibility in the violence. The students claimed that the police fired tear gas inside the university’s library and beat up protesters before sealing all campus gates.

Twitter shares footages 




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