JNU violence: main developments

NEW DELHI: A group of masked men armed with lathis and iron bars ravaged the facilities of Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) on Sunday night hitting students and teachers alike. The violence resulted in the hospitalization of 30 people.

Here are the best developments:

JNU Vice Chancellor calls for peace

I would like to appeal to all students to keep the peace. The university supports all students to facilitate their search for academic activities. We will make sure that your registration in the winter semester is done without any obstacles, said JNU VC M Jagadesh Kumar. He also added that students do not need to fear about their process. The main priority of the University is to protect the academic interests of our students, he said.

All JNU students discharged from AIIMS

According to reports from the news agency, Dr. Rajesh Malhotra, Head of the AIIMS Trauma Center informed the media that the 34 students of the JNU, who were admitted to the hospital for treatment on Sunday night, were discharged The president of the JNU student union, Aishe Ghosh, who suffered head injuries was also discharged. Ghosh alleged that members of the RSS-affiliated ABVP beat her with stones and bars.

Union Interior Minister spoke with Lieutenant Governor of Delhi

The Interior Minister of the Union, Amit Shah, spoke with the Deputy Governor of Delhi and asked him to call representatives of the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) and hold talks. Following his meeting with the Minister of the Union, L-G Baijal met with the Registrar JNU and the Pro-VC.

case transferred to the Crimes Branch

According to sources, the JNU case has been transferred to Crime Branch, police officers will talk to the students and have begun to collect evidence. An FIR for Sunday's violence was registered earlier on Monday.

Delhi Cabinet meets at the Delhi CM residence

A meeting was held at the residence of Delhi's Prime Minister, Arvind Kejriwal, on Sunday's violence at Jawaharlal Nehru University.

Heavy security at JNU after campus violence

The massive deployment of security personnel remained in place today at Jawaharlal Nehru University, and the authorities only allowed students with valid ID cards on campus that had witnessed violence.

JNUSU demands the resignation of VC

The JNU Student Union (JNUSU) has demanded the resignation of Vice Chancellor Mamidala Jagadesh Kumar. This Vice Chancellor is a cowardly Vice Chancellor who introduces illegal policies through the back door, runs away from student or teacher questions and then fabricates a situation to demonize JNU, a JNUSU statement said. For almost seventy days, JNU students have been fighting a brave battle to save their university from the clutches of privatization and greed. The VC insists that by sending a message that there has been an increase in fees at JNU, it can demonstrate that accessible education is not possible, he added.