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JNU students allege police bru cops deny charge

The faculty and students of Jawaharlal Nehru University alleged that over 10 students, including the visually and physically challenged, were injured due to the brutality of police personnel who severely baton charged them during their protest against the hostel fee hike here on Monday, even as the Delhi Police denied the accusations. JNU students took out a march from the University premises to Parliament House but were stopped at Baba Gang Nath Marg near the campus from where nearly 100 protestors, including students union president Aishe Ghosh, were detained. Ghosh alleged that there was no woman police official while she was being detained. I was picked up by four male policemen and put in a bus. When I questioned them about the absence of women police personnel, they were rude to me, she said. Former students union president N Sai Balaji claimed that students who were taken inside buses for detention were thrashed by the police personnel. A former student, Sandeep Louis, ...

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