Demonstrations and police action in Jamia Islamia and Aligarh Muslim University in protest against the Citizenship Amendment Act have engulfed the opposition central government. In this episode, Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra has sat on a dharna at India Gate along with other senior leaders of Congress. Priyanka is accompanied by KC Venugopal, Ambika Soni, Gulmanabi Azad, Ahmed Patel and AK Antony. Priyanka Gandhi said that the environment of the country has deteriorated. Police are beating and (students) entering the university. The government is tampering with the constitution. We have to fight for the constitution. Sonia Gandhi, the interim president of the Congress along with Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, said, “The Modi government itself has become the mother of violence and partition.” The Modi government has pushed the country into a blind gulf of hatred and burnt the future of the youth in the fiery furnace. Significantly, these days there have been reports of violent demonstrations against the Citizenship Amendment Act from different parts of the country.
Demonstrations were also held at many places in Patna and Lucknow.
Demonstrations were also held at many places in Patna and Lucknow. Apart from this, vehicles were set on fire and railway property was damaged in Assam and West Bengal. Explain that the students of Jamia have also performed on campus. The Chief Proctor of Jamia said that the administration gives the right to the Jamia students to put their point in the legal realm and it is democratic. He says that the police entered the campus without permission and lathi-charged the students. Police said that after violent demonstrations by the local people, police pursued them and took action. According to police, the students have not been harmed. Late on Sunday, students of Te Delhi’s universities also protested in front of Delhi Police Headquarters. On Monday, opposition leaders surrounded the central government by holding a press conference. He also surrounded Home Minister Amit Shah, questioning the police action. During this period, Ghulam Nabi Azad of Congress, Sitaram Yechury of CPI, D. Raja etc. were present. All demanded a judicial inquiry into this Jamia University violence case. The Leader of the Opposition is also scheduled to meet the President at five in the evening.