Journalists take to streets to criticism assault

“The Congress condemns a barbarous and evil conflict in Patiala House Court yesterday (Monday) on journalists, immature students and teachers by BJP goons led by their MLA O.P. Sharma”.

Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) teachers currently assimilated a students in boycotting classes in criticism opposite detain of a tyro kinship personality in a mutiny box and pronounced they would take classes on “nationalism” in a varsity lawns.

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Sunday claimed that a eventuality organized inside JNU campus towards a unresolved of Afzal Guru had acquired “help” from Pakistan-based mostly apprehension outfit Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) owner Hafiz Saeed.

On Monday, his military control was extended by dual days.

President of AMU Teachers’ Association Prof Mujahid Beg pronounced they were “behind a JNU village in this hour of trial”.

The IB news also names 16 students, including Kumar, among those who were actively participating in a event.

“Security of a people going to a justice needs to be ensured by a Supreme Court”, he said.

In a chit to a Home Minister, a reporters demanded that a perpetrators of a attack be brought to book during a earliest.

“Even women reporters were not spared”, a chit stated.

Singh, job it an hapless incident, listened their final of intervention, ensuring “accountability of a Delhi Police who watched silently as a attack happened”.

“It will not be out of place to discuss here that due to strife of ideologies, a probability of dharna, demo or criticism by ABVP, DSU and other students’ organisations can’t be ruled out opposite a backdrop of a occurrence (February 9), where opposite students organisations are corroborated by opposite domestic parties, there is each probability of politicisation”, it said. The chit added, “It is a matter of regard that a Delhi High Commissioner has discharged a occurrence describing it as a scuffle. It is time we learn a students what nationalism is”, pronounced Rohith Azad, a expertise member, who was among those who were pounded yesterday.

More than a dozen reporters were set on by lawyers who prevented them in a liberate of their duties.

The reporters were pounded when they were covering a coming of JNUSU boss Kanhaiya Kumar in a justice in tie with a mutiny assign slapped opposite him in a JNU case.

Students of Jawaharlal Nehru University attend a criticism inside a university campus in New Delhi India on Monday. — Reuters