Muslim mobs have unleashed violence across the country as a form of protest against the Citizenship Amendment Act. These protests have spread to educational institutions like Jamia Millia Islamia University, where ‘students’ have resorted to the extreme violence of stone-pelting against police officials.
The protests have intensified in Jamia Millia University as provocative posters and paintings have come up inside the campus threatening PM Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah. The ‘students’ in the university have also gone to the extent of painting graffitis that wished for the death of Home Minister Amit Shah.
Another wall painting attempted to instigate people to create chaos in the country by raising a rebellion against the government. A slogan which read, “Those who are alive, will not wait for 5 years” can be seen inside the campus, which not only questions the legitimacy of a democratically elected government of the country but also instigates people to resort violence.
The most bizarre among those paintings are the ones which have tried to draw a comparison between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and German dictator Adolf Hitler. The Jamia Muslim mob has painted walls with graffitis that refer to PM Modi as Hitler.
Most of the protests happening against the Citizenship Bill are being hijacked by various Muslim groups who are unleashing extreme violence across the country. The protests have already taken a communal turn in Delhi as ‘students’ of the controversial Jamia Millia Islamia (JMI) University resorted to mob violence against the police officials and shouted Islamic slogans “Allah-o-Akbar” during their protests.
Videos had emerged where Jamia Millia Islamia University students could be seen raising ‘Allah-o-Akbar’ and ‘Nara-e-Taqbeer’ slogans. They are also heard saying, “Ye shahar zagmagaega, nur-e-la-illaha se, Ye desh zagmagaega, nur-e-la-ilaha se. Nara-e-takbir, Allah-o-Akbar”.
Around 2,000 Jamia ‘students’ in Delhi were protesting against the CAB on Friday. The Jamia protesters against CAB had called for a march to Parliament House from the university campus to express their opposition to the legislation. However, they resorted to violence and broke police barricades.
As the police began to lathi-charge the students to calm down the situation, the protestors resorted to stone-pelting against these police officials. Several policemen have been injured in the mob attack of the students and three policemen are in critical condition in the ICU.
Following the violent protests by unruly students of the Jamia university, the authorities have decided to defer all semester exams scheduled on Saturday and announced winter break from December 16 to January 5.