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Manuu, UoH protest over violence in Delhi

eTelangana.org | Published: 26th February 2020 | Posted Date: Wednesday 26th February 2020 07:01 PM

Students stage a protest against the Delhi police on Manuu campus in the city on Tuesday. 

Hyderabad: Hundreds of students at Maulana Azad National Urdu University (Manuu) staged a midnight protest against the Delhi police to condemn their alleged inaction on Monday night. The protest was continuing till Tuesday evening.

Elsewhere, the University of Hyderabad Students Union also gave a statement condemning the violence in Delhi.

The main gate of the Manuu campus remained closed and the entry was restricted for outsiders. About 300 students joined the protest after a call from the Manuu students union.

Classes were also boycotted in some of the departments and some internal exams were also not held as the students were away.

Manuu Students Union president Umar Faruq said that the students would condemn the Delhi police. “The Delhi Police were biased in their action as they silently watched when the peaceful protesters, who were protesting against the Citizenship Amendment Act, were attacked.” Students holding the National Flag shouted slogans against the Delhi police. Police officials were deployed at the Manuu main gate to avoid any untoward incidents.

On the UoH campus, the Hyderabad Central University Students Union (HCU-SU), in its solidarity statement said, “HCU-SU condemns the brutal force deployed by the Delhi Police and the home minister on the peaceful protesters. HCU-SU stands together with the dissenting protesters of the country in the struggle against the fascist government and their divisive policies.”

Courtesy:https://www.deccanchronicle.com/nation/current-affairs/260220/manuu-uoh-protest-over-violence-in-delhi.html

 

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