Chennai: A dissent against the new citizenship law at the University of Madras was hindered as the police entered the grounds on Tuesday evening. The understudies, who have been holding unsettling throughout the previous two days over the new law and the police crackdown on the understudies of Jamia Millia Islamia in Delhi, were settling on their next game-plan when the police came. The college has reported occasions till December 23.
The trigger was the detainment of two understudies by the Chennai police. A senior official told NDTV, “The understudies actuated fights, attempted to get pariahs and messed up the police.
We have video proof. We verified them outside grounds”.
The police said the college specialists had requested police help. Another official included, “A couple of understudies had moved to the Vice Chancellor’s room, requesting intercession to verify the arrival of the two understudies”.
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Jenny Bharathi, a post-graduate understudy, told NDTV: “We would wait on grounds. We are just calmly dissenting”.
Yuvashri, another understudy, stated, “We don’t need segregation based on religion. This would separate India and the law is illegal”.