'JNU violence not possible without police inaction'

A cloaked telescope equipped with sticks and sticks on Sunday assaulted college students and educators along with damaged land over the campus, hammering at the least 3-5 men and women, for example JNU Students' Union president Aishe Ghosh.

"I want to share with college students that JNU campus can be really a secure location.  I recommend all pupils in the future straight back into this campus.  Why don't we put the past ," he'd claimed.  PTI GJS
"Our heart goes to most of the injured college students.  The episode (violence) is regrettable," Kumar had claimed within a concise announcement.
Under-fire by faculty and students members for not performing enough once these were cruelly assaulted with a hidden telescope campus, vicechancellor Kumar needed on Tuesday encouraged the pupils to set the past behind and come back towards the varsity's property.

"How do students return straight back into hostels or into classrooms whenever they don't experience safe and sound?  How will teachers move straight back to show once they don't come to feel safe"  '' the JNUTA stated in an declaration.
It mentioned the control to faculty and students to both forget also to simply accept administrative dread because normalcy"can be a insult to trauma".
The mob violence in the Jawaharlal Nehru college campus couldn't have been achievable without the connivance of this varsity government and willful in action by authorities, '' the JNU lecturers' affiliation declared Wednesday.

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