Watch a brutal crackdown on students at a Muslim university in India unfold

By | February 17, 2020

Watch a brutal crackdown on students at a Muslim university in India unfold
Watch a brutal crackdown on students at a Muslim university in India unfold
On December 15th, hundreds of police entered a predominantly Muslim University in Northern India, firing, tear gas canisters rubber bullets and stun grenades. Dozens of students were injured. The post obtain video and audio record Stop the Violence at al-azhar Muslim University. The incident is part of a broad Crackdown by the government of prime minister Narendra Modi in response to Nationwide protests over a new citizenship law, but critics call discriminatory here’s how the violence unfolded on the evening of the 15th, students poured out of dorms and began moving Toward the main gate, news of police brutality at a sister University, your Deli had ricocheted across campus, causing widespread outrage.

University’S main gate was locked by an iron fence. Instagram swinging defense, wildly back and forth to break out around a hug yards down the road with a police barricade officers fired, tear gas canisters at the students streaming through the gates. Some students responded by throwing stones and Bricks cooking a half an hour. Hundreds of local police and members of a riot control unit had gathered to push the students back into campus after the police enter the main gate. 22 year old cousin con ran into the University’s official guests she’s in the bathroom.

He sent these voice messages to a friend at the listen to police, beating students nearby outside police, continued to advance firing teargas and deafening some Xannies Academia, moderna Witnesses, told the police, the police to tear gas canisters into a dorm room for University. Students were huddled together, causing a fire CCTV. Video showed police beating a student as they dragged him into a police van. The post was not able to obtain video showing the rest of the attack that night, but images captured the aftermath. Khan was beaten and arrested by police.

Two of his fingers on his right hand were broken. His left arm was fractured. Other students were also badly beaten here. Bruises and welts are seen on a student’s back. Several students were hospitalised following day.
On Dec. 15, 2019, hundreds of police entered Aligarh Muslim University, firing tear gas canisters and stun grenades. Dozens of students were injured. The incident is part of a broad crackdown by the government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in response to nationwide protests over a new citizenship law. Read more: https://wapo.st/3bGvWU9. Subscribe to The Washington Post on YouTube: https://wapo.st/2QOdcqK

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