Students Protested Against Delhi Police At ITO;Many Colleges Across India Showed Solidarity

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After the alleged police brutality by Delhi Police in Jamia Millia Islamia yesterday, hundreds of students reached the Police headquarters at ITO late Sunday night. The protestors raised anti-police slogans and demanded action against the officials that entered the campus and took action without differentiating between protesters and students.

Following the violence in Jamia, students of Moulana Azad National Urdu University protested against the police action and have declared they would boycott all the semester exams starting from Monday morning. Students from Jamia, Ambedkar University and others have joined the protest called by the JNU Students Union. IIT Bombay students too held a protest march against the police action.

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50 students that were detained at Kalkaji Police Station & New Friends Colony Police Station were released early morning today at around 5 AM.

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