Several Jamia Students Got Injured As Police Used Force To Stop Them From Marching Towards Parliament
Masihuzzama Ansari | India Tomorrow
NEW DELHI, FEBRUARY 10— Several students of Jamia Millia Islamia were injured as the police used force to push them back from marching towards the Parliament House here on Monday noon. More than two dozen students, including some female students, are being treated at Al Shifa hospital in Jamia Nagar.
“The cops caught me by collar from behind and pushed me behind. I was feeling suffocated. Then they hit me with flash batons and I fainted,” said Qasim, a student of Jamia. He was rushed to the Al Shifa hospital.
Some students had jumped on the police barricades. They were pushed back by the police – some were injured as they fell.
Meanwhile, India Today has quoted doctors of Jamia medical facility that some female students were hit in their private parts by the cops. “More than 10 female students have been hit on their private parts. We have found blunt injuries and some have been hit in a way that we had to shift them to Al Shifa because injuries are serious in nature,” the doctors told India Today TV.
Earlier, the police had denied there was any lathi-charge on the students.
Hundreds of Jamia students and local residents wanted to march towards the Parliament to demand withdrawal of CAA-NRC-NPR.