New Delhi, Dec 16 : Announcing that they will be filing an FIR on Sunday’s campus intrusion and assaults on students by Delhi Police, the Jamia Millia University authorities have demanded a thorough inquiry into the entire episode.
The authorities came down heavily on the Delhi Police forcibly entering the campus.
Addressing the media on Monday, the university Vice Chancellor Najma Akhtar said that an FIR will be filed against the entry of police in the university campus.
Akhtar said that students are not being forcefully vacated from the hostels and that help is being provided to students to go to their homes safely.
- Police entered our campus without permission, students were studying and working: Jamia VC Najma Akhtar
- We cannot tolerate police presence on campus, they scared our students with their brutality: Jamia VC Najma Akhtar
- There has been huge damage to university property, says Jamia Milia Islamia vice chancellor.
- Jamia Millia Islamia will present facts to HRD minister: VC Najma Akhtar on police crackdown.
- We have list of 200 students injured during Sunday’s violence: Jamia VC
- We will file FIR on damage of property and police action on students, we want high level enquiry: Jamia VC
- Do not target Jamia and malign its image: Jamia VC Najma Akhtar
- Jamia varsity’s FIR against police will only be an objection against their entering the campus without permission
- There has been a lot of property damage in the University, how will all this be compensated? There has been an emotional loss as well. Yesterday’s incident was unfortunate. I also appeal to everyone to not believe in any kind of rumours.
- Jamia Millia University Registrar AP Siddiqui on whether Police opened fire inside the campus: We talked to the Police Joint Commissioner and other senior officials on it, and they have strongly denied this rumour.
The VC said that a report is being prepared for the HRD Ministry and the matter will be taken up with the minister.
The university authorities said they are yet to verify complaints of students that they were assaulted inside the mosque.