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Ample proof to confirm police deliberately injured students: Jamia Alumni

The violent actions of the police are absolute violations of the fundamental rights of the India citizens, they said.

Saturday December 14, 2019 6:40 PM, ummid.com News Network

Jamia Alumni on Delhi Police

New Delhi: Over 65 former students of Jamia Millia Islamia Saturday slammed the Delhi police brutality and said there were ample proof available to confirm that they deliberately injured several students while they were protesting against Citizenship Act.

"We the alumni of Jamia Millia Islamia strongly condemn the violence and brutality meted out by Delhi police against the students of the university on Friday", the former students of the Jamia said in a statement.

"There is ample evidence through photographs, videos and ground reports confirming that the police deliberately injured several students with batons, tear-gas shells and stondes", they added.

"While many students have suffered serioys head injuries and fractures, dozens of them have been pikced up by the Delhio police and taken to varios police stations in the city", they said while asserting that the students's protest was peaceful", they said.

"The students were peacefully protesting against the Citizenship Amendment Act 2019. The Act sets religion as a legal criterion for the Indian citizenship which is not only sectarian in nature but also against the democratic ethos of India", they said while demanding the rollback of the controversial law.

"It is the democratic rights of the students to protest. The violent actions of the police are absolute violations of the fundamental rights of the India citizens", they said demanding action against the police brutality.

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