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06 January 2020 Current Events 70 Goons Rampaged in JNU Campus, 30 Injured

On Sunday evening around 7 pm, a group of nearly 50 - 70 goons entered Sabarmati and Periyar hostel, JNU Delhi and beaten up students and teachers with lathis, rods and hammers. As per the sources, nearly 30 people were injured including Union president Aishe Ghosh. The university administration called the police to control the violence. ABVP and left wing blamed each other for the incident. Union Home Minister ordered a CP-level enquiry. Tension remains in and around the campus which has been stewing from January 1, 2020.


70 Goons Rampaged in JNU Campus, 30 Injured

On Sunday evening around 7 pm, a group of nearly 50 - 70 goons entered Sabarmati and Periyar hostel, JNU Delhi and beaten up students and teachers with lathis, rods and hammers. As per the sources, nearly 30 people were injured including Union president Aishe Ghosh. The university administration called the police to control the violence. ABVP and left wing blamed each other for the incident. Union Home Minister ordered a CP-level enquiry. Tension remains in and around the campus which has been stewing from January 1, 2020.




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