JNU violence: wounded the president of JNUSU, Aishe Ghosh; AIIMS supported

NEW DELHI: JNUSU President Aishe was seriously injured when masked men armed with sticks attacked students and teachers and damaged property on the university campus on Sunday.

In a video shared on social networks, Ghosh is seen, who entered the AIIMS Trauma Center, crying while bleeding profusely from the head. Those around her try to cover her wound and offer her water.

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I have been brutally beaten by people with masks. I do not know. I was there with one of my activists when I was brutally beaten. I can't even speak, the president (JNUSU) said in the video. .

The violence occurred while a public meeting of the JNU Teachers Association was held.

The left-controlled JNUSU and the RSS-affiliated ABVP blamed each other for the violence that continued for almost two hours.

JUNSU alleged that its members, including Ghosh, were injured in the throwing of stones by ABVP members. But the RSS-backed student organization alleged that its members were brutally attacked by teams of left-affiliated students and 25 of them were injured.