A complaint has been registered at Jamia Nagar police station by Jamia alumni Seema Rizvi against some members of Jamia Coordination Committee (JCC) after they attacked and threatened to kidnap her daughter for posting videos of anti-CAA protests on her Facebook account. She has now taken down those videos.
Reportedly, Seema Rizvi has registered a complaint on February 4 (a copy of which is with OpIndia) alleging that a mob consisting of several members of the JCC had accused her of being of an RSS worker and attacked her at Jamia campus during one of the anti-CAA protests. Rizvi alleged that she was issued death threats, harassment after the Muslim mobs assaulted her and asked her to delete the videos she had captured.
“I was returning home after visiting the protest at gate no.7 near the Jamia Mosque, I was attacked by a couple of people who claimed that I was a member of the RSS because of some videos I had posted online from my account and they repeatedly asked me to delete that videos as they assaulted me,” stated the complaint.
Rizvi further alleged that she was dragged to a room inside the Jamia university and locked her inside the room, where the mob threatened and beat her up. She also said that the mob consisting of JCC members also threatened to kill her if they ever saw her near the protest site. “They also threatened to do things to my 10-year-old daughter. They continuously pulled my hair. They threatened to kidnap,” Rizvi stated in her complaint.
JCC is an unofficial body of Jamia students actively working with Jamia alumni which was formed on 16th December, a day after the police crackdown on anti-CAA rioters in Jamia Nagar near Jamia Millia Islamia. The JCC has been coordinating the anti-CAA protests around JMI and also at Shaheen Bagh, Khureji and other sites.
Seema Rizvi has named some JCC members – Safoor Zarfar, Gohae Aysha Ansari, Saif-ul-Islam, Salim Umar, Md Gaffar Khan, Abu Darda Khan and Entemaam, who allegedly threatened and attacked her near Jamia campus on February 4.
The Jamia Nagar police station has now registered a case against mob including JCC members who attacked her under IPC sections 342, 354, 323, 506, 509 and 34.
Following the passing of Citizenship Amendment Act, anti-CAA protests in the national capital in Jamia Nagar turned violent where Delhi Police had to enter the campus flush out rioters.