Terror on the JNU campus

Print edition : January 31, 2020

Outside the main gate of the JNU campus after the attack by masked goons on January 5. Photo: Getty Images

Aishe Ghosh, JNUSU president, at a demonstration against the attack, in New Delhi on January 9. Photo: Kamal Narang

Joy Tirkey, DCP (Crime) of the Delhi Police, and Delhi Police PRO M.S. Randhawa at a press conference in New Delhi on January 10. Photo: PTI

Police crackdown on JNU students protesting the fee hike, in New Delhi on December 9. Photo: PTI

Damaged belongings of students lie scattered in a hostel room in JNU on January 6. Photo: ADNAN ABIDI/REUTERS

JNU Vice Chancellor M. Jagadesh Kumar after meeting with the HRD Secretary on January 10. Photo: R.V. Moorthy

The brutal attack on JNU students by masked intruders and the ham-handed approach of the administration and the police in the entire episode draw widespread condemnation, strengthening support for the students and infusing more energy into the movement against the government’s suppression of dissent.
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