Uproar in Delhi University, protesting NSUI students detained, Section 144 applied
Students of the Bhim Army organization have also started protesting outside the Arts Faculty. From where some students have been detained by the Delhi Police.
Marriage is on the rise thanks to a BBC documentary. Students and members of NSUI have been detained by the Delhi Police for protesting outside the Arts Faculty of Delhi University. Along with this, section 144 has been implemented outside the faculty.
North Delhi's ADCP Rashmi Sharma said that police have to take action against those who create hindrance in public order and peace. And the same is being done today. Students of the Bhim Army organization have also started protesting outside the Arts Faculty. From where some students have been detained by the Delhi Police.
#WATCH | Students & members of NSUI protesting outside the Faculty of Arts at the University of Delhi, being detained by the Police— ANI (@ANI) January 27, 2023
Provisions u/s 144 CrPC are imposed outside the Faculty,in wake of a call by NSUI-KSU for screening of a BBC documentary on PM Modi, at the Faculty pic.twitter.com/EYWjubCSfy
Following the protests in JNU and Jamia Millia Islamia, the NSUI-KSU organization called for the screening of the controversial BBC documentary on the 2002 Godhra riots at Delhi University (DU). The university administration has not given permission for the screening of the documentary outside the Faculty of Arts. University proctor Rajni Abbi had lodged a complaint with the Delhi Police regarding this. Students of Delhi's Ambedkar University are protesting against the power cut by the administration to prevent them from screening a BBC documentary. College students watching documentary downloaded in laptop. The administration has also closed the gates of the college after seeing the increasing controversy.