Stones Thrown at JNU Students Watching BBC Series on PM Modi?

Stones Thrown at JNU Students Watching BBC Series on PM Modi?

To begin with, plans of some students to display the debatable BBC series on PM Narendra Modi at Delhi’s Jawaharlal Nehru university went awry Tuesday as strength and net had been reduced. Stones have been pelted at those looking at it on phones, allegedly by means of the ABVP.

Moreover, left-wing supporters have stuck college students, who, they claimed, had been throwing stones at the two, they retorted, belong to the ABVP, the scholars’ wing of the BJP’s ideological mentor Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh and the college students of ABVP pelted stones at us,” retorted N Sai balajirainbow, the former president of the Students Union.  

Protests emerge from different wings

Besides, “To be sure that the safety of the college students is intact, we’ve come towards the principal gate. We need pressing restoration of strength. We are able to pass from the gate till the time and the energy is restored. The police are not responding to our calls,” he retorted.

Meanwhile, Aishe Ghosh, president of the Left-subsidized students’ Federation of India, alleged that the management turned into liable for the blackout. “We can watch the documentary with the assist of mobile telephones and the usage of QR codes,” she instructed NDTV. The JNU administration became now not available for comment.

Besides, the JNU management had refused to give permission for the screening, which India has barred from online sharing. The administration said a disciplinary motion might be taken if the documentary becomes screened.

Moreover, after the blackout, the students headed to a cafeteria inside the campus, where they watched the documentary on their cell phones and laptops. whilst they had been watching the documentary, some stones had been thrown at them from behind the bushes, sources said. 

Students protest in front of police station. 

Meanwhile, late at night time, the students marched in the direction of the police station and held a protest there. The protest turned into later known as off after the police assured them that they may check out the problem. “We filed a criticism report, and the police reassured us they may be straight away looking into the mishap. We gave the call and information of all of the humans worried,” Ms. Ghosh said, consistent with ANI.

In addition to this, advance inside that day, a scholar organization at Hyderabad university screened the documentary. The university authorities have asked its officers to put up a file on the matter.