On Sunday, violence broke out in Jamia area of Delhi in protest against the citizenship law. On Sunday evening, protesters burnt several buses and bikes. In order to disperse the miscreants, the police had to lathi-charge and release tear gas shells. Policemen then expelled all the students from the campus on suspicion of chaotic elements entering Jamia Millia University. On the other hand, the university administration and students allege that the police brutalized them. Jamia and JNU students gathered outside the police headquarters from 9 am to protest against the police. The protests of the students outside the police headquarters lasted till 4.30 am. The students then left from the police headquarters. Congress gave support The Congress held a press conference at 11.30 pm and blamed the Modi government for the police action. Around 12 pm, senior Congress leader Salman Khurshid reached the police headquarters to support the students. At the same time, several policemen including South East DCP Chinmay Biswal, Additional DCP South, 2 ACB, 5 SHO and Inspector were injured in the clash in Jamia. 10-15 people detained in Aligarh After Jamia, there has been a ruckus in the AMU of Aligarh. The police also fired tear gas shells. As a precaution, Internet services in Aligarh, Saharanpur and Meerut have been discontinued. After this incident, Uttar Pradesh DIG and other police officers reached Aligarh Muslim University on Sunday night. During this period, 10-15 anti-social elements were also detained. Apart from this, it has been decided to close all the government and private schools in Aligarh on 16 December.
On Sunday, violence broke out in Jamia area of Delhi in protest against the citizenship law.
At the same time, UP Inspector General of Police (Law and Order) Praveen Kumar said that there is complete peace in the whole of Uttar Pradesh. Section 144 in 6 districts of U.P. Section 144 has been implemented with ban on internet services in 6 districts of UP. At the same time, CM Yogi Adityanath has appealed to the people of the state for peace and harmony. In a statement issued by the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister’s Office, the CM appealed for peace and harmony, saying, “Do not ignore any rumors spread by some vested selfish elements in the context of the Citizenship Amendment Act.” The state government is fully committed to providing security to every citizen. For this it is also necessary that law should be followed by all citizens. No one is allowed to influence the atmosphere of peace prevailing in the state. Protests at Lucknow’s Nadwa College Students of Nadwa College also came on the road at around 9 pm on Sunday night on the rumor of the student’s death during a demonstration at Delhi’s Jamia Millia University. Students gathered at the college gate and shouted slogans. Police reached half a dozen police stations on the information, the students were immediately put inside the gate. The Pandawa College management also forbade students to perform. As a precautionary measure, police was present at Nadwa College till late in the night. Demonstrations continue in other states as well In addition to Delhi, protests continued throughout the day in West Bengal, Patna, Bangalore, Guwahati, Uttarakhand and Aligarh against the Citizenship Amendment Act. In view of the protests for the third consecutive day on Sunday in various parts of West Bengal, the state government has banned internet service in six districts of the state.