Attack on Jawaharlal Nehru University's students

Attack on Jawaharlal Nehru University's students

Posted on Jan 7, 2020

Attack on Jawaharlal Nehru University students, Bollywood stars regret
Several Bollywood personalities have expressed strong sympathy for the government, expressing sympathy for the students and teachers who were injured in the December 5 attack by the Danda warriors at the famous Jawaharlal Nehru University in the Indian capital New Delhi.

It is to be noted that on December 5, several attackers, masked in the face, entered the Jawahar Lal University and attacked the students and injured them there.

The masked men had poles, hammers, and knives in their hands and could not be identified yet, according to the university administration. The attackers were attacked by university students during protests to increase fees while they were wearing university masks. Attacked.

The attack injured 30 students, including teachers, who were taken to a local hospital for treatment.
According to police, the attackers were university students, but the reasons for the attack were unclear.

The student union, which was injured in the attack by masked masons, claimed that the university students and teachers were attacked by the Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP), the ideological party of the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). Sivak Singh (RSS) is a student organization.

However, no statement has been made by ABVP or RSS yet, after the attack, Delhi Police started investigating the incident after politicians, social leaders and showbiz personalities.

While the masked assailants attacked the university and attacked the students, where politicians and social leaders condemned, the showbiz personalities also expressed regret over the incident and criticized the ruling party and the government.
Renowned actress Swara Bhaskar strongly condemned the attack in a video message after the attack on Jawahar Lal University, terming the incident as RSS terror.

Swara Bhaskar appeared extremely emotional in the video and took the government in half by pressing on the voice of young students masquerading and hammering.

Bollywood actress Kriti Sanon also expressed regret over the violence against the students and said the incident shocked her.

The actress wrote, "What is happening in India nowadays is terrifying. While students and teachers are being tortured by organized terrorists, they also demand to end the politics of bullying." ۔

Former 'Mast Girl' Raveena Tandon also condemned the attack on students of Jawaharlal University and shared a screenshot of the news about the attack in her tweet, writing that 'India has become a country where students More cows are taken care of.

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Legend Actress Shabana Azmi shared the video of Swara Bhaskar strongly condemning the violence against students of Jawahar Lal University and said that the matter would not only go away with condemnation but the persons involved in the incident should be arrested immediately.

Filmmaker Vishal Bhardwaj also wrote a poem condemning the violence of the students, saying, "Increase the oppression.

Bollywood actress Neha Dhupia also condemned the incident of masked attackers on university students and said that such violence was unacceptable. He also asked when would such a tragic event finally end?

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Comedian Riteish Deshmukh also wrote to the attackers, expressing regret over the incident, which is why he is wearing a veil because he knows he is doing something inhuman and illegal.

The actor further wrote that teachers and students have no courage and dignity to torture and oppress.

Beautiful actress Taapsee Pannu also expressed deep regret at the incident and termed it horrible for the rest of the country.

The actress wrote that it was very sad that the students were attacked and the incident would spread fear in the country.

Actress Konkona Sensharma raised questions about the attack on the university and asked why the police failed to provide security to the students.


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