Controversy erupted during the JNU Violence Protest at the Gateway of India. On Monday, a woman involved in the demonstration had a poster of ‘Free Kashmir’ in her hand. For a long time, she stood about it, which has now created a political fire on it.
The Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) campus has been witnessing protests across the country against violence and violence (JNU Violence). Students are sitting on a protest against the Gateway of India in Mumbai. They are raising slogans against violence with posters in their hands. His protests continued here till Tuesday morning. After this, Mumbai Police removed the protesters from here. The police took all the protesting students in the van and took them to Azad Maidan. During this time, the protesters kept opposing the police and they shouted slogans against the police.
— ANI (@ANI) January 7, 2020
Mumbai Police DCP (Zone-1) Sangram Singh Nishadar said that the streets were jammed due to the protests. Due to this the common people were facing troubles as well as the tourists were also having problems. In view of this, the police were constantly appealing to the protesters. After which he has now been sent to Azad Maidan.
Sangramsingh Nishandar, DCP (Zone 1) on protesters(protesting against #JNUViolence) evicted from Gateway of India: Roads were getting blocked and common Mumbaikar and tourists were facing problems. We had appealed to protesters many times,have now relocated them to Azad Maidan pic.twitter.com/aW0gWlKGZj
— ANI (@ANI) January 7, 2020
Controversy erupted during the protest of students at the Gateway of India before the protester woman’s ‘Free Kashmir‘ poster created a ruckus . On Monday, a woman involved in the demonstration had a poster of ‘Free Kashmir’ in her hand. For a long time she stood with this, which has now caused a lot of political turmoil on it. BJP raised strong objection to this poster, Congress leaders also criticized it. Former Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis put the Uddhav Thackeray government in the dock on this. At the same time, Congress leader Sanjay Nirupam also raised questions.
The march was carried out from Hutatma Chowk to Gateway of India on
Monday evening. Earlier on Monday evening, the march was taken from Mumbai’s Hutatma Chowk to Gateway under the Joint Action Committee for Social Justice. In this March, students from IIT Bombay, Tata Institute of Social Science (TISS) and other educational institutions participated. These students were performing at the Gateway of India carrying tricolor, banners and posters. Apart from the students, many social organizations and celebrities related to the film industry were also involved. Rahul Bose, Dia Mirza, Taapsee Pannu, Zoya Akhtar, Anubhav Sinha, Anurag Kashyap, Vishal Bhardwaj also reached the protest at the Gateway of India.
Let us know that the masked goons entered the JNU campus late on Sunday and they beat the students brutally with iron rods, sticks and sticks in their hostel room. The attackers also targeted university teachers. The masked men had also damaged property in the JNU campus during this period, after which the JNU administration had to call the police. At least 28 people, including JNU Students Union President Aishi Ghosh, have been injured in this attack. The ABVP and the Left-backed student organizations are blaming each other for the assault and the uproar.