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Watch: Jamia ‘students’ with stones in hand taking shelter in library before Police barged in during anti-CAA riots

In the new video that has surfaced, it can be clearly seen that a student with a stone in his hand is urging 'students' from outside to enter the library

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A new video has now surfaced from the night of 15th December 2019 that shows ‘students’ of the Jamia Milia Islamia University entering the library with stones in their hands before the Delhi Police took action against those present in the room. Earlier, a 49-second video was released that showed men in police uniforms caning ‘students’ ‘studying’ in the library. The first video was released by the Jamia Coordination Committee (JCC), which includes students and alumni of the Jamia Millia Islamia.
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After the first video was released, the entire anti-BJP ecosystem had jumped in to defend the Jamia students and portray the Delhi Police in poor light. Even in that video, the ‘students’ could be seen sitting with closed books on the desks when the police personnel are seen entering the library. One student suddenly put up a handkerchief mask on his face just before the police entered the library. Another student was also wearing a handkerchief across his face while standing against a wall.

In the new video that has surfaced, it can be clearly seen that a student with a stone in his hand is urging ‘students’ from outside to enter the library and thereby, providing shelter to other students who are entering the library from outside where violence had ensued between the ‘students’ and the Police. The new video appears to depict events that occurred prior to police action in the library.

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This video busts the propaganda of the liberal camp that the Police had no justification to enter the library. It also busts their claim that the ‘students’ in the library were just ‘studying’ when the Police barged into the room. The new video does lead one to believe that the ‘students’ were taking shelter in the library after indulging in violence outside.

The University Administration also came out to disassociate itself from the release of the first video. “It has come to our notice that some video regards to police brutalities in Dr Zakir Hussain library are in circulation. This is to clarify that the video has not been released by the university,” Jamia Millia Islamia University administration said in a statement.

The controversial Jamia Millia Islamia University in Delhi had emerged as one of the epi-centres of the anti-CAA agitations being perpetrated in the name of ‘peaceful protests’. The students and Muslim mob associated with the Jamia Millia Islamia University had unleashed violent protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act.

In December, the protests against CAA and NRC had turned violent amidst chants of Allah-o-Akbar and Naara-e-Taqbeer. The Muslim mobs had burnt four DTC buses, 100 private vehicles and 10 police bikes and pelted stones, injuring several policemen.

Following the riots, the Delhi police had registered an FIR against six people including four local politicians and a former Congress MLA was also named as suspects related to Jamia violence. The Delhi Police had named former Congress MLA Asif Khan as one of the accused in its FIR.

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