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JNU Violence Live Updates: Bollywood Comes Out In Support Of JNU In Mumbai

Delhi JNU violence: Thirty-four students and teachers were admitted to the All India Institute of Medical Sciences on Sunday with injuries.

JNU Violence Live Updates: Bollywood Comes Out In Support Of JNU In Mumbai

Protesters clash with police near Jadavpur University in Kolkata

New Delhi:

Bollywood personalities led hundreds of people in a peaceful protest against the attack on New Delhi's Jawaharlal Nehru University campus at Carter Road in Mumbai on Monday evening, combining sloganeering with songs and poetry recitals. Among those present were Vishal Bharadwaj, Anurag Kashyap, Anubhav Sinha, Zoya Akhtar, Diya Mirza, Rahul Bose, Richa Chadha, Swanand Kirkire, Reema Kagti, Hansal Mehta, Sayani Gupta, Gauahar Khan and Taapsee Pannu, besides stand-up comedian Kunal Kamra.

The mob attack at the Jawaharlal Nehru University in Delhi has sparked massive outrage across the nation with protests erupting at universities in several states against the violence. On Sunday evening, a mob barged into the campus, went on a rampage, attacking students' union president Aishe Ghosh and other students and teachers with sticks and rods. 

Students and faculty members of JNU allege that police personnel and private security guards on the campus remained "mute spectators" as the masked attackers went on the rampage. They have also been accused of letting the attackers slip out.

Thirty-four students and teachers were admitted to the All India Institute of Medical Sciences on Sunday with injuries. 

Today, the Delhi Police said it has identified some of the masked assailants and a complaint has been filed. 

Here are the LIVE updates on JNU violence: 

Jan 06, 2020 23:48 (IST)
JNU Attack: Anurag Kashyap, Zoya Akhtar, Others Lead Mumbai Protest
Bollywood personalities led hundreds of people in a peaceful protest against the attack on New Delhi's Jawaharlal Nehru University campus at Carter Road in Mumbai on Monday evening, combining sloganeering with songs and poetry recitals.
Jan 06, 2020 23:01 (IST)
JNU Violence: Mahesh Bhatt tweets, "Let us not be divided"
On JNU violence, Director Mahesh Bhatt tweets, "How did we forget that our differences are among our most valuable assets? We have the power to reclaim our democracy. Let us not be divided & conquered by the enemy within & among us. #ForTheStudents"
Jan 06, 2020 23:00 (IST)
JNU News: Pooja Bhatt tweets, "Mumbai #ForTheStudents"
Actor-Director Pooja Bhatt tweets, "The politics of rage can only be stopped by love, not hate."

Jan 06, 2020 22:57 (IST)
Students, activists protest in Ahmedabad against JNU violence
Over 100 college students, activists, and citizens on Monday evening held a peaceful protest outside the Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad (IIMA) to denounce the violence at the JNU campus in New Delhi. Students from various prominent institutes, including the IIMA, Ahmedabad University, National Institute of Fashion Technology, National Institute of Design and Gujarat Vidyapith took part in the protest by standing in a row on a footpath outside the top business school, reported PTI.
Jan 06, 2020 22:53 (IST)
Cops Were Right There, Did "Not One Thing": Yogendra Yadav On JNU
Cops Were Right There, Did "Not One Thing": Yogendra Yadav On JNU | Video |
Jan 06, 2020 22:53 (IST)
Jadavpur University Students, BJP Activists Face-Off Over JNU In Kolkata, Police lathicharge
Jadavpur University students and BJP protesters clashed with the Kolkata police today as the two groups came to a near head-on collision in the city's Sulekha junction.
Jan 06, 2020 22:44 (IST)
JNU Newa: Bollywood comes out in support of JNU
Swanand Kirkire singing along with members of the film industry at the protest in Mumbai against the violence in JNU.

Jan 06, 2020 22:22 (IST)
JNU Attack: Images Hint At BJP-Linked ABVP's Role
In the flood of video and images emerging from Sunday night's violence at Delhi's Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) by a masked mob that left at least 34 people injured, one visual trail appears to link the Akhil Bhartiya Vidya Praishad (ABVP), the BJP-affiliated students union, to the attack.
Jan 06, 2020 21:54 (IST)
JNU Violence: "With you, now and always," tweets Kolkata Police
After Lathi-charging protesting students, Kolkata Police tweets: "Kolkata Police is making all efforts to cooperate with students & law abiding citizens to maintain peace. Senior Officers are in the Jadavpur area to help you. In case of any assistance or complaints please contact us immediately. Kolkata police is with you, now and always."
Jan 06, 2020 21:29 (IST)
JNU News: Protests in Guwahati against violence in JNU
Protesters march in Guwahati in solidarity with JNU students.

Jan 06, 2020 21:22 (IST)
Aligarh Muslim University students take out "Tiranga Yatra" inside campus
Students, teachers and the non-teaching staff of Aligarh Muslim University took out a "Tiranga Yatra" on Monday in support of the students of Jawaharlal Nehru University who were attacked by masked men on Sunday night. Carrying the tricolour, thousands of students and teachers took out the march and shouted slogans against the government and the right-wing students' groups, including the ABVP. The participants also shouted slogans against the Vice-Chancellor and then submitted a memorandum, addressed to President Ram Nath Kovind, to district officials, reported ANI.

Jan 06, 2020 21:11 (IST)
JNU Violence: Addition forces deployed outside AMU, BHU campuses in Uttar Pradesh
A day after the violence at Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), police were put on alert in Uttar Pradesh and additional forces have been deployed at Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) and Banaras Hindu University (BHU). AMU Public Relation Officer Omar Saleem Peerzada announced that the winter vacation of the varsity will be extended in view of the prevailing situation. This comes as AMU students took out a candle march in support of the JNU students who were assaulted on Sunday evening and demanded action against the accused, reported ANI.
Jan 06, 2020 20:46 (IST)
Around 700 Cops Deployed Outside JNU Day After Masked Attack
A day after violence broke out inside Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) campus, around 700 police personnel were deployed outside its gates on Monday, the police said. The police said that the large deployment has been made to maintain law and order.
Jan 06, 2020 20:32 (IST)
JNU violence: Bollywood actors, directors protest in Mumbai
Anurag Kashyap, Anubhav Sinha, Taapsee Pannu, Gauhar Khan, Richa Chadha, Vishal Bhardwaj, Zoya Akhtar, Dia Mirza, Rahul Bose and Kunal Kamra at Mumbai's Carter Road protests against JNU violence.

Jan 06, 2020 20:02 (IST)
JNU Violence: Police lathicharge on protesters outside Jadavpur University in Kolkata
Police lathicharge on protesters outside Jadavpur University in Kolkata. Students and Kolkata police clash near Sulekha More in Kolkata during protests against JNU violence.

Jan 06, 2020 18:59 (IST)
JNU Violence: Map showing protests across the country

Here's a map showing protests taking place across the country in solidarity with the students and teachers of Delhi's JNU who were attacked, beaten up by masked goons inside the campus on Sunday evening.
Jan 06, 2020 18:55 (IST)
JNU Violence: Congress constitutes fact-finding committee on JNU incident

Congress constitutes a fact-finding committee on JNU incident. The committee includes Sushmita Dev, Hibi Eden, Syed Naseer Hussain and Amrita Dhawan.
Jan 06, 2020 18:46 (IST)
JNU News: Delhi Police address media on JNU violence
Delhi Police's first official media briefing since violence broke out in JNU on Sunday evening.

Delhi Police PRO MS Randhawa says, "Around 5pm Delhi police received a call about a scuffle inside JNU. JNU is a closed campus. JNU authorities decide on who will be allowed inside. Yesterday, calls came from two different hostels about a scuffle between students. Delhi Police brought the situation under control. Our deployment is only around the admin block. We received a request around 7:45pm from the admin and conducted a flag march inside the campus. An investigation will be conducted by the Crime Branch. 34 people were injured and they were taken to AIIMS Trauma Centre from where they were discharged today morning. Legal action is being taken. A fact-finding committee has been formed under the chairmanship of Joint-CP Shalini Singh so that there is no delay in investigation. Police teams have visited the spot. We are checking videos of men and women entering the campus with their faces covered. We have also seized material evidence. As soon as we receive a PCR call, we responded immediately. The force outside the JNU admin block was the first to respond. The Crime Branch is also investigation WhatsApp messages and social media posts. An FIR has been lodged in the matter. Investigation is underway. Footage is being collected."

Jan 06, 2020 18:27 (IST)
JNU Violence: NSUI marches to India Gate

Congress student wing NSUI march from Raisina Road to India Gate to protest against the attack on students and teachers of JNU last evening.
Jan 06, 2020 18:24 (IST)
JNU News: East India Comedy's Sahil Shah tweets about JNU violence
East India Comedy's Sahil Shah tweets about JNU violence:

"It's tough to not be cynical during this time:
No matter how much we protest.
They hit back harder.
No matter how much we push.
They don't budge.
No matter how much we scream.
They don't listen.
But I know one thing:
No matter how much they scare us.
We won't give up."

Jan 06, 2020 17:56 (IST)
JNU Violence: Anurag kashyap tweets about peaceful protest in Mumbai today at 8 PM
Anurag Kashyap tweets about a peaceful protest in Mumbai's Carter Road today at 8 pm against the attack on students and teachers of JNU.

"Peaceful Silent Assembly in support of the students of India tonight the 6th of January 2020, from 8pm to 10pm, Carter Road Promenade opposite cafe coffee day. #forthestudents," he tweeted.
Jan 06, 2020 17:54 (IST)
JNU News: "Brutality at its worst," tweets Kerala actor Nivin Pauly on JNU violence
"What happened in #JNU last night was horrifying and frightening. This is brutality at its worst!  Those attackers behind this violence against students and teachers must be punished. It's time we stand united against hate and violence," tweets Kerala actor Nivin Pauly.
Jan 06, 2020 17:51 (IST)
Sloganeering outide JNU main gate amid heavy police deployment

Jan 06, 2020 17:07 (IST)
Violence in educational institutes gift of the Left, says BJP's Dilip Ghosh
Violence in educational institutes is a "gift" of the Left who are now "getting it back" as scores are being settled, BJP's West Bengal unit chief Dilip Ghosh said about the attack on students and teachers at the JNU campus in Delhi on Sunday. "Violence in students' politics and educational institutes are a gift of the Left students' outfits. You will witness violence in educational institutes only in West Bengal, Kerala and Tripura where Left is either in power or was in power till a few years back," Mr Ghosh told reporters. "Now, the Left students'' groups are getting it back as scores are being settled," he said. He said the authorities and police are looking into the incident and it would be better if violence can be averted inside educational institutions.
Jan 06, 2020 17:01 (IST)
"Time has come for BJP to go," says Chattisgarh chief minister
Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel on Monday condemned the violence in Delhi's Jawaharlal Nehru University and said it was now time for the BJP government at the Centre to go. Speaking to reporters at the Police Lines helipad in Raipur, Mr Baghel said, "Not only in JNU but what happened earlier in other universities shows the BJP is suppressing students." He said the BJP must remember it was students' power that had brought the party to power earlier, but these same students were now being suppressed by the NDA government. "The time has now come for the BJP government to go," PTI quoted him as saying.
Jan 06, 2020 16:53 (IST)
Contenpt plea against Delhi Police in Supreme Court
A contempt plea has been filed in the Supreme Court against Delhi Police by political activist Tehseen Poonawallah for "wilfully disobeying" the top court's directions in a judgment dated 17.07.2018 in the "TEHSEEN POONAWALA vs UOI" case (lynching case) pertaining to taking preventive, remedial measures to deal with mob violence.
Jan 06, 2020 16:50 (IST)
BJP ally JD(U) seeks removal of JNU Vice-Chancellor
BJP ally JD(U) seeks removal of JNU vice-chancellor and demands a probe by a Supreme Court judge into the violence at JNU. The party also accused the Delhi Police of failing in its duties, reports PTI.
Jan 06, 2020 16:44 (IST)

Students of IIT-Delhi are protesting peacefully against the attack on teachers and students of JNU on Sunday evening.
Jan 06, 2020 16:35 (IST)
Panjab University students raise slogan against JNU violence at seminar attended by Haryana speaker
A group of Panjab University students disrupted the address of Haryana Speaker Gian Chand Gupta, who alleged that it was "a predetermined act" by those trying to "break the country". Carrying banners, the students belonging to certain Left-leaning student bodies, shouted slogans against the BJP, RSS and the ABVP when the Haryana speaker was speaking at a seminar on "Women's Participation in Decision-Making". The protesting students were then taken out of the seminar hall by security personnel. Later talking to the media, Haryana Assembly Speaker Gian Chand Gupta described the students' protest "a predetermined act". He also said, "Everybody has the right to speak but in a decent way." He said any effort to stop the seminar was not right. Chairperson of the National Commission for Women Rekha Sharma, who also attended the seminar, said, "This is their wish. This is a free country. They (students) put forth their views." Ms Sharma said as far as the JNU violence was concerned, the Union Home Ministry has taken cognisance of it. "I will meet the girls injured in this incident," she said.

Jan 06, 2020 16:26 (IST)
TMC delegation stopped at North Gate of JNU
"Trinamool Congress delegation, led by Dinesh Trivedi and comprising MP Sajda Ahmed, MP Manas Bhunia and Vivek Gupta, that went to express solidarity with students stopped at Gate Number 1 (North Gate) of JNU," the party tweeted.

Jan 06, 2020 16:22 (IST)
"Breaks my heart," tweets Kriti Sanon on JNU violence
"It breaks my heart to see what happened at JNU! What's going on in India is horrifying!! Students & teachers being beaten up & terrorized by masked cowards!! The constant blame game!Stooping so low for political agendas!Violence is NEVER a solution! How have we become so inhuman?" tweets actress Kriti Sanon.
Jan 06, 2020 16:19 (IST)
NDTV's Sreenivasan Jain reports on ABVP link in JNU violence on Reality Check
NDTV's Sreenivasan Jain reports on ABVP link in JNU violence on Reality Check.

Jan 06, 2020 16:16 (IST)
"Our youth are not cowards," says Uddav Thackeray on JNU violence
"Our youth are not cowards," says Uddav Thackeray.
Jan 06, 2020 16:15 (IST)
Prasar Bharati tweets on JNU violence
"Video bears witness to #JNU VC @mamidala90's statement that those opposing registration for Winter session of #JNU are behind violence to scuttle the academic process of varsity," tweets Prasar Bharati News Services.

Jan 06, 2020 16:11 (IST)
"Will not tolerate such attacks in Maharashtra," says Uddhav Thackeray
"What was the need for attackers to wear masks? They were cowards. I was watching on TV and it reminded me of the 26/11 Mumbai terror attack. I will not tolerate such attacks in Maharashtra," says Uddhav Thackeray.
Jan 06, 2020 15:53 (IST)
JNU being "constantly targeted for the past 5 years": Sanjay Raut
In a veiled attack on the BJP and its affiliated outfits, Shiv Sena Rajya Sabha MP Sanjay Raut on Monday said a particular student union holds a grudge against the Jawaharlal Nehru University which has produced a Nobel Laureate, and renowned politicians, industrialists, poets, and authors. While Mr Raut did not name any outfit, it was possibly a reference to the RSS-backed ABVP which has been accused of unleashing violence in the JNU campus in Delhi late Sunday night. "I have seen that a student union is holding a grudge against an institution like JNU that has given a Nobel Prize winner, as well as politicians, industrialists, authors, and poets. The university has constantly been targeted for the past five years," Sanjay Raut told a Marathi news channel in Mumbai.
Jan 06, 2020 15:46 (IST)
Visually impaired JNU student sustains injuries as mob attacked university campus
A visually impaired student was attacked by the masked mob that perpetrated violence in JNU on Sunday evening. "I thought that the mob which came yesterday would disperse after raising a few slogans but they indulged in violence. They beat me with sticks and rods. When I went to the AIIMS Trauma Centre, I came to know that there are many other injured students there," Surya Prakash, the visually impaired student, told ANI. "I talked to my family members. They are really worried about the situation here. I qualified in the National Eligibility Test (NET) last year but I want to study and hence I am continuing research in JNU. How can we do anything in this atmosphere of fear? I am receiving calls from anonymous numbers threatening me not to come in front of the media. They are saying that as I am blind, I would become the face of this case," he added.
Jan 06, 2020 15:39 (IST)
"Stop hooliganism of ABVP at JNU": Jadavpur University protests against violence in JNU
Students of the Jadavpur University in Kolkata on Monday held a protest against the attack on students of the Jawaharlal Nehru University. Showing solidarity with the students of JNU, the students were holding placards stating, "Stop hooliganism of ABVP at JNU". "We are protesting against the attack by BJP and ABVP on JNU students. As protests were continuing against National Register of Citizens and the Citizen Amendment Act, they sent their goons wearing black masks to attack students," said a student while speaking to ANI.

Jan 06, 2020 15:35 (IST)
"It's time to stop pretending all is fine": Alia Bhatt on JNU violence
Alia Bhatt reacts on the violence that ensued in JNU on Sunday evening. In an Facebook status post, she writes, "When students, teachers and peaceful civilians become victims of physical assault on an ongoing basis, it's time to stop pretending that all is fine. We must look truth in the eye and acknowledge that we are a house at war with itself. We, the people of this country no matter how different our ideologies, must find a human solution to all of our complex problems, and reinforce the peaceful and inclusive ideals upon which this country was built."

Jan 06, 2020 15:25 (IST)
JNU Violence: Sitaram Yechury addresses the media on JNU violence
Sitaram Yechury addresses the media on JNU violence. He says, "Police authorities assured that the recordings will help them identify the goons and action will be taken. Medical assistance will be provided to the injured. This assault comes on the backdrop of what happened in Jamia and AMU. Police entered and attacked students there. With Delhi Police directly under the Home Ministry, the responsibility lies there and they should be made accountable. Sack the vice-chancellor, identify and punish the culprits, and restore normalcy in JNU."
Jan 06, 2020 15:10 (IST)
"Reminded Of 26/11": Uddhav Thackeray On JNU Mob Attack
Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray has compared last night's brutal attack on JNU students to the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks, describing the violent assault by masked goons armed with sledgehammers and iron rods as the act of "cowards". In a strongly-worded message he assured students in Maharashtra, who have taken to the streets in large numbers since the JNU attack, that his government would not tolerate any move to hurt them. Read here 
Jan 06, 2020 15:05 (IST)
"Descending Into Anarchy": P Chidambaram On JNU Violence
Congress leader P Chidambaram issued a statement today on JNU mob attack. 

"Last night,  masked men entered the JNU campus and assaulted students and teachers. It was shown live on TV. This incident is perhaps the most clinching evidence that we are rapidly descending into anarchy. It has taken place in the National Capital in India's foremost University under the watch of the central government, the Home Minister, the LG and the Commissioner of Police. This is the gravest act of impunity that we have seen in recent times. Nothing can be more shocking and shameful," he said in a statement. 

"Did not the Delhi Police have any intelligence on this planned assault?  If they did not, their intelligence gathering was pathetic, if they did, it was an atrocious failure of responsibility. In either event,  the Commissioner of Police must be held accountable. We condemn in the strongest terms what happened in the JNU campus yesterday. We demand that the perpetrators of violence be identified and arrested within 24 hours and brought to justice. We also demand that accountability on officers be fixed and action taken immediately," he further wrote.
Jan 06, 2020 15:02 (IST)
BJP Leader Smriti Irani's Reaction On JNU Violence: "Campuses Should Not Be Made..."
Campuses should not be made ''rajneeti ka akhada'' or "battlefield for politics", Union Minister Smriti Irani said today. "I had said it earlier and reiterating it now that educational institutions should not be made rajneeti ka akhada (battlefield for politics) as it affects the life and progress of our students," Ms Irani told reporters. Read here 
Jan 06, 2020 14:55 (IST)
 Uttar Pradesh has been put on high alert after the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) in the national capital witnessed a night of unprecedented violence, news agency IANS reported. 
Jan 06, 2020 14:55 (IST)
Education Ministry Meet On JNU Mob Attack
In a series of tweets, the Education Ministry today tweeted about the meeting held a day after violence at JNU campus. 

Jan 06, 2020 14:51 (IST)
DMK's Kanimozhi Joins Student Protest At Madras University Against JNU Violence
DMK leader Kanimozhi joined protesters at the Madras University, calling the JNU mob attack "unconstitutional and undemocratic". The Modi government is behind the violence, she alleged. 
Jan 06, 2020 14:26 (IST)
Sonia Gandhi's Attack On "Modi Government" Over JNU Violence
In a statement, Congress chief Sonia Gandhi alleged that the "horrifying violence unleashed on India's youth by goons was with the active abetment of the ruling Modi government and demanded an independent judicial inquiry into the violence in JNU". 

"Yesterday's bone chilling attack on students and teachers in JNU, Delhi is a grim reminder of the extent the Govt will go to stifle and subjugate every voice of dissent," she alleged. 

Jan 06, 2020 12:34 (IST)
Midnight Vigil At IIM Ahmadabad Against JNU Violence
Jan 06, 2020 12:25 (IST)
Watch: JNUSU President Aishe Ghosh Speaks To NDTV
Jan 06, 2020 12:19 (IST)
JNUSU President, Targeted In Mob Violence, Says Vice Chancellor Should Resign
JNUSU president Aishe Ghosh spoke to NDTV today on Sunday's mob attack and said: "Vice Chancellor should immediately resign". She repeated JNUSU's allegations that cops were mute spectators  
Jan 06, 2020 12:11 (IST)
JNU students will take out a march from Sabarmati Hostel to main gate this afternoon against Sunday's violence. 
Jan 06, 2020 12:08 (IST)
Protests In Bengaluru Against JNU Mob Attack
Jan 06, 2020 12:06 (IST)
JNU Mob Attack: Union Minister Prakash Javadekar Condemns Violence At JNU
"We condemn the violence in JNU. This needs to be investigated. Congress, Communists, AAP and some elements want to create environment of violence in universities across the country," Union Minister Prakash Javadekar told news agency ANI today
Jan 06, 2020 11:28 (IST)
JNU hostel warden quits 

Sabarmati Hostel Senior Warden R Meena has resigned from the post.
Jan 06, 2020 11:17 (IST)
Amit Shah gave support to masked goons: Congress

"Amit Shah gave tacit support to masked goons. We demand a judicial inquiry into the state-sponsored violence in JNU by a sitting Supreme Court or a sitting High Court Judge," Congress leader Randeep Surjewala said.
Jan 06, 2020 11:14 (IST)
Registrar, Pro-VC of JNU meet Delhi LG, apprise him of situation: MHA officials have been quoted as saying by news agency PTI
Jan 06, 2020 11:13 (IST)
Congress condemns JNU attack 

"The Congress condemns the attack sponsored by the BJP. Our senior leader Udit Raj was present in the campus for 3 hrs. He witnessed the violence right in front of his eyes," Randeep Surjewala said at a press conference.

Jan 06, 2020 10:52 (IST)
Day After Violence At JNU, Vice Chancellor Appeals For Peace
Vice Chancellor Jagadesh Kumar has appealed for peace in a statement. "The University stands by all the students to facilitate their pursuit of academic activities. We will ensure that their winter semester registration will take place without any hindrance. They need not fear about their process. The top priority of the University is to protect the academic interests of our students," the statement read. 

Jan 06, 2020 10:48 (IST)
"Why are you stifling voice of dissent?" Congress targets BJP as party leader Randeep Surjewala leads attack. 
Jan 06, 2020 10:31 (IST)
JNU Violence: Amit Shah speaks to Delhi LG

Home Minister Amit Shah speaks to Lieutenant Governor of Delhi Anil Baijal on Sunday's mob attack and asked him to get in touch with the university representatives.

Students and faculty members of JNU allege that police personnel and private security guards on the campus remained "mute spectators" as the masked attackers went on the rampage. They have also been accused of letting the attackers slip out.
Jan 06, 2020 10:29 (IST)
Delhi Police files a case against violence at JNU, several masked attackers identified. 
Jan 06, 2020 08:57 (IST)
Protest march planned by JNU students today

Students of Delhi's Jawaharlal Nehru University will carry out a protest march this afternoon. 
Jan 06, 2020 07:40 (IST)
Congress's Sam Pitroda On JNU Violence
Jan 06, 2020 07:31 (IST)
Heavy police presence at JNU campus this morning. 
Jan 06, 2020 07:29 (IST)
Students at Punjab University to protest violence at JNU this afternoon. 
Jan 06, 2020 07:26 (IST)
Students Protest At IIT Bombay, Patna University Against
Jan 06, 2020 07:14 (IST)
JNU Violence: Overnight March At Mumbai's Gateway Of India Against JNU Violence
Jan 06, 2020 07:07 (IST)
JNU Violence: Students March Across Campus In Solidarity With Injured Counterparts, Teachers
A late-night march was organised across the JNU campus in solidarity with the students and teachers injured in Sunday's violence. After the march, students sat down to protest the "police inaction". At least fourty - 28 students, 12 teachers - were injured in Sunday's mob attack at the campus. 
Jan 06, 2020 07:04 (IST)
JNU Viiolence: Education Ministry Summons Senior Officials
Education Ministry secretary has called the Registrar, Proctor and Rector of Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) to his office, news agency ANI reports
Jan 06, 2020 06:20 (IST)
JNU Violence: "Go Back" Slogans Chanted Against Cops During Flag March - Video
"Go Back" slogans were chanted against the cops during Delhi Police's flag march at JNU campus hours after violence broke out at the university, injuring about 40 students and teachers. 
Jan 06, 2020 06:15 (IST)
JNU Violence: Delhi Cops Meet JNU Students, Teachers
Hours after violence broke out the Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi Police PRO M S Randhawa held a meeting with a delegation of students and teachers after violence broke out at the Jawaharlal Nehru University in Delhi. 

"The police have assured us that they will look into the matter and our demands," president Federation of Central University teachers' associations Rajib Ray was quoted as saying by news agency PTI.