According to the statement issued by ABVP, Left students attacked during a meeting at Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), in which many ABVP students were badly injured. Women students are also among the injured and seriously injured students are undergoing treatment at AIIMS.
New Delhi: Students of Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) were assaulted by leftist students at Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU). ABVP's JNU unit has claimed that many of their workers were badly injured in the late night fight. On the other hand, JNU Students Union President and Students Federation of India (SFI) leader Aishe Ghosh has blamed the ABVP for the attack.
Fighting took place during ABVP meeting
According to ABVP, their meeting was being held in JNU Student Activity Room, in protest against which Left students reached there at 9.45 pm on Sunday night and after opposing the ABVP meeting after which left students started beating ABVP members.
Injured students admitted to AIIMS
According to a statement issued by the ABVP, several ABVP students have been badly injured in the attack by Left students, including female students and seriously injured students are being treated at AIIMS.
Attack on women and disabled also
According to the ABVP, Left students also attacked women and differently-abled people. Sridevi, who was studying in JNU, was thrashed on the neck of Sridevi, a student with disability, Ankit was beaten up on the neck by leftist students. In the attack by Left students, students named Kanhaiya and Abhishek have been seriously injured and both have suffered fractures.
Aishe Ghosh accuses ABVP of attack
After the accident, Aishe Ghosh, leader of Students Federation of India (SFI) and president of JNU Students Union, issued a statement saying, 'ABVP goons spread violence in JNU today. Time and again these criminals have resorted to violence on students and disrupted campus democracy. Will the JNU administration still remain silent? Will no action be taken against the goons?' Along with this, he also shared pictures of students injured in the attack.