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NUSU KC flays police action at Jamia varsity

DIMAPUR, DEC 16 (NPN) | Publish Date: 12/16/2019 12:51:09 PM IST

Nagaland University Students’ Union (NUSU), Kohima Campus has vehemently condemned the “atrocious actions” of police on the students of Jamia Millia Islamia University in Delhi on Sunday.

In a press release, NUSU KC president Rhilo Mero and general secretary Longsthithung N Ngullie expressed shock at the “callous act” of police invading the varsities and brutally assaulting the students. 

The union said that police action led to disrupting the peaceful atmosphere. NUSU KC also affirmed support to those who were peacefully protesting against the Citizen Amendment Act. It said that the Act was a threat to country’s secular fabric and was “in no way favourable to the people of a democratic state”.

The union hoped for a positive solution to the impending issue that was affecting the country as a whole. It also prayed for the safety of everyone and appealed for protesting in a non-violent manner.

 

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