On the other hand, some protesters protesting outside the gate of Jamia University have been detained by the police. The protestor claimed that he was protesting for free speech. The police took the protesters away in a bus.
A student in Jamia said that this country is democratic. Any documentary can be watched here in a peaceful way. Significantly, the Central Government has banned this documentary of BBC.
Action on Chief Proctor’s complaint
A clash was witnessed between JNU students and police personnel at Gate No. 7 of Jamia. Students say that the police have closed the main gate. In such a situation, it has become difficult to get out of the university. This action has been taken by the police before the screening of the BBC documentary at the behest of the Chief Proctor of Jamia University. Security has been beefed up outside Jamia. Earlier, there has been a controversy regarding the screening of the documentary in JNU.
Uproar in JNU on Tuesday night
There was a lot of uproar in JNU on Tuesday night over the screening of a BBC documentary. People from other groups pelted stones at students watching a BBC documentary on the campus. After the stone-pelting, there was a stampede among the students. The power to the campus was disconnected after the incident. Earlier, the university administration had advised not to show the screening of the documentary. On the other hand, the university administration says that its screening has not been allowed. A complaint has been lodged with the Delhi Police on behalf of JNUSU.
We have nothing to do with the BBC documentary, yet the police are not letting us out of the university
Delhi Jamia students
Student Union shared the poster
After the incident of stone pelting in JNU on Tuesday night, there was a sudden power cut in the university campus. Students started watching controversial documentaries on mobiles and laptops. Earlier in the morning, JNU Students’ Union President Aishe Ghosh shared the poster of the controversial documentary on the Gujarat riots. He appealed to the students to join for the screening. The JNU administration said that the students’ union had not taken permission for the programme. The university administration said that such unauthorized activities could disturb peace and harmony in the university. Immediately cancel the program of screening of the documentary on behalf of the university administration. Failure to do so may lead to strict disciplinary action as per the rules of the University.