As reported by ANI,
Delhi High Court’s Single-Judge Bench transfers petition challenging detention, seeking relief & release of Jamia students, locals detained during protest, to a High Court division bench headed by Delhi High Court’s Chief Justice DN Patel.
Petition to be heard on 19-12-2019, along with other pleas related to protest.
15-12-2019 turned out to be full of fear and violence on the campus of Jamia Milia Islamia University when police forces entered the campus and used tear gas along with lathi-charge on students.
It has been reported that, the students were detained and taken to two of the police stations where for a few hours no lawers, activists, media persons or anyone was allowed to enter. Students were beaten in the libraries, hostels, everywhere.
Several came out in support of the Jamia Students.
As reported by NDTV, Protests swept campuses across the country against the police crackdown at Jamia Millia Islamia after Sunday evening’s violence over the new citizenship law.
The police, which used batons and teargas to contain the violence, later barged into the university and detained around 100 students. All the detained students were released around 3:30 am.