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Fighting Again Between Student Organizations In JNU Many Students Injured

In Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), once again there has been a clash between student organizations. Once again there was a confrontation between the student organization ABVP affiliated to BJP and the leftist student organization AISA. ABVP has accused AISA students of assault.

Once again the news of a fight between students in JNU has come to the fore.

Many students from both sides have been injured in this incident. No information has been revealed so far regarding why the assault took place. Aishe Ghosh, president of JNU Students Union and leader of the Students Federation of India, has given information on Twitter about the assault. Allegations are being leveled against each other by both organizations. Aishe Ghosh has blamed ABVP for this incident. At the same time, according to the ABVP, their meeting was going on in the student activity room of JNU. At the same time, at around 9.45 pm on Sunday night, the students of the Left reached there and started beating.

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Student union president Aishe Ghosh wrote on Twitter on the incident of assault

After the incident of assault, Aishe Ghosh, leader of the Students Federation of India and president of JNU Students Union, wrote on Twitter. ABVP goons spread violence in JNU today. These criminals beat up the students and disrupted the democracy on the campus. Will the JNU administration still remain silent? Will no action be taken against them?’ Aishe Ghosh has also shared pictures of students injured in the attack on Twitter. Some students are seen in these pictures who have been hurt.

Violence also took place in January 2020

There was terrible violence in JNU on 5 January 2020. At that time teachers and students together organized a march. Then some masked people came there and started beating. Pictures of some masked people also surfaced. A picture of a girl named Komal Sharma was also revealed, about whom it was said that she is associated with ABVP. A case was registered in this matter at Vasant Kunj police station. Later the case was transferred to the Crime Branch. In August this year, the Ministry of Home Affairs informed the Parliament that no one has been arrested so far in the case of this violence.

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