UP: AMU students will carry out the 'Tiranga' march on January 6
AGRA: Although the administration (AMU) has extended winter vacations beyond January 5, student leaders have announced that they will conduct a Tiranga march on campus on Monday to show that their protest against CAA will not be diminished. by the tactics. being adopted by the authorities.
According to student leaders, the march will take place to raise voices against the CAA/NRC and announce AMU Zinda Hai. Former president of the student union Faizul Hasan said flags will be distributed on the march.
In a statement from former members of the AMU student union, leaders said the students will continue civil resistance against this law. They called the police invasion on the AMU campus as state aggression and described state excesses as acts of state terror.
We have published a detailed 32-page document that explains the entire episode that led to brutal police action against AMU students protesting peacefully. Three defenders and Maha Prasad filed a petition in the upper court of Allahabad to request the registration of FIRs against the UP and Para - Military Forces and the demanding constitution of a SIT composed of officers not below the DGP rank to carry out the investigation and prepare the commission report. The petition urged the court to have the Special Investigation Team headed by retired police officers, (1975 UP) and Kamlendra Prasad (1981 UP), to investigate the conduct of the UP police and the excessive use of force in 4 weeks, It reads in the statement.
The former president of the Student Union, Salman Imtiaz, said he also requested in the high court of Allahabad challenging the forced entry of police on the University campus, unleashing violence on innocent and unarmed students, illegal detention of students, damages to the library. , reading rooms, vehicles, ambulances and other buildings of the University and shooting of tear gas projectiles, stunning grenades, chile-based explosives, rubber bullets, etc. to the students.
The students also said they also boycotted the biased master investigation instituted by the Aligarh Muslim University and updated the court on the same. “The jury listened to our requests with patience. The judge also added a word that he had read the AMU VC statement in the newspaper regretting the use of force on students, so the investigation was necessary and reasonable. The court has reserved its order for January 7, 2020. We expect all absurd charges against students to be dropped and that the police account for inflicting violence on AMU, ”union members said in the statement.
When reacting to the open letter of VC Prof Tariq Mansoor to the students, they declared that in their letter the VC said that the opening of the university will be notified shortly, but two days later the exam driver, AMU issued a closing order undefined university. We strongly condemn the forced closure of the university and call it an anti-student policy by the AMU administration, the students said.
According to the students, on the one hand in their appeal, AMU VC thanked the students for participating in a peaceful and democratic way, and that it does not intend to subvert the rights of the students in a solid democracy and, on the other, the office of his supervisor is to continuously issue notices of motivating cause to students for exercising a peaceful dissent on campus, annoys students to project documentaries, call parents and supervisors and threaten students with serious consequences, if they protest at the campus.
We (the students) have been stifled by the ongoing obstacles posed by the administration and we feel that there is more authoritarianism than democracy on campus, the students said.
The former student union also condemned the registration of multiple FIRs against AMU students for ridiculous charges. They also strongly opposed slapping the act of guild against student leaders and demanded that it be revoked immediately.