Odisha CM condemns the violence of JNU; look for a quick action
BHUBANESWAR: Prime Minister Ship in Patnaik on Monday he condemned the attack on students and professors at Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) in New Delhi.
The Chief Minister, who expressed his shock at the incident, said violence has no place in democracy and such attacks against students must be unambiguously condemned.
Shocked to know about the violent #JNUattack. Violence has no space in democracy and such attacks on students must… https://t.co/OnrrHYew85— Ship in Patnaik (@Naveen_Odisha) 1578281333000
He also appealed to law enforcement agencies to take swift measures to arrest the culprits.
"Shocked to know about the violent #JNUattack. Violence has no space in democracy and such attacks against students must be unambiguously condemned. Appeal law enforcement agencies to take swift action to apprehend the culprits and wish the injured students a speedy recovery," tweeted the Chief Minister.
Several students and teachers were injured after there was violence in the UN on Sunday night.
Several masked individuals, men and women, beat students, including girls and teachers on campus with wooden and metal rods, injuring many.