On Sunday evening, after the violent violence at Jawaharlal Nehru University, there is a tense situation on campus for the third consecutive day. In view of this, a large number of police forces have been deployed. At the same time, before the violence on Sunday in JNU, there was tremendous political violence on Monday. There was a round of allegations and counter-allegations in political parties throughout the day. Opposition parties, including the Congress, blamed the central government for the violence.
In its statement, the government has said that universities will not be allowed to become the hub of politics. Demonstrations were also held at some places in the country against violence in JNU. On Monday, there was a tense peace in the university campus. Police vehicles hovered around the campus throughout the day. Police has registered an FIR, but so far no arrest has been made.
For your information, let us tell you that it is worth mentioning that some masked people targeted JNU students and teachers on Sunday. More than two dozen people were injured in the attack. On Monday, Congress President Sonia Gandhi said that the miscreants are getting encouragement from the government side. Congress leaders P. Chidambaram and Randeep Surjewala also targeted the BJP. Congress has demanded a judicial inquiry into the incident. Shiv Sena chief and Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray compared the incident to the 26/11 terror attack in Mumbai. Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee termed the incident as a 'fascist surgical strike'. Human rights organization Amnesty International has targeted the Delhi Police for failing to protect students. On violence and subsequent politics, HR Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank said that the job of educational institutions is to give education to students. They should not be used for political interests. The ministry also called JNU officials to get information about the case.