Two student-activists of the Aligarh Muslim University were apprehended by the police in the State of Uttar Pradesh on May 28. With a growing number of such arrests, human rights defenders in India are raising concern about the ongoing COVID-19 crisis being used to target critics of the government and control dissent
On December 15, 2019, students of Jamia university and residents from nearby localities had organized a march against the divisive citizenship amendment law passed by the far-right Indian government.
More than 10 women students were admitted to the hospital with injuries to their private parts after the police baton-charged protesting students who were marching towards the parliament on Monday
According to a report on the violence of December 15, the police action was intentionally “aimed at causing maximum damage to the protesters,” most of whom were protesting peacefully
Today was the bloodiest day in the course of the protests so far with 15 killed in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh by police firing
The brutal assault on those protesting the discriminatory Citizenship Amendment Law takes place even as India is going through an unprecedented economic crisis
After the police crackdown wherein over 100 students were injured, students from across the country are rising up in protest against the police brutality
In the afternoon of December 15, news broke about violent clashes between youths and students protesting against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and the police in Delhi’s Jamia area.
Delhi police brutally attacked the students of Jamia Millia Islamia University who were protesting against the discriminatory Citizenship (Amendment) Act