Earlier today, CAB protests got tense and took a violent turn in the national capital as three DTC buses were set on fire, in the South Delhi region. After which, hundreds of police officials forcefully entered Jamia Milia Islamia University to "chase some outsiders who had indulged in vandalism".
Reportedly, police officials used baton-charge and tear gas to disperse the violent crowd before they entered the university. The forces have also detained several people who were allegedly involved in vandalising public transports.
We received university students and also two police personnel who suffered injuries, bruises. Most of them have been discharged now. They have got injures on head, maybe due to stone pelting. None of them are critical. We are taking care of them
Visuals from Aligarh Muslim University.— Md Asif Khan آصِف (@imMAK02) December 15, 2019
Security Forces throwing stones and using tear gas on AMU students who were protesting against #CABBill2019 .
From #JamiaMilia to AMU, they are trying to muzzle our voice. #JamiaProtest pic.twitter.com/OatBN8mhL5
Police have entered the campus by force, no permission was given. Our staff and students are being beaten up and forced to leave the campus.
DMRC has sealed entry and exit for Vasant Vihar, Munrika and RK Puram.