JNU Violence: No Attacker Arrested In Over 48 Hours, Case Filed Against Injured Student Leader

Two days after the attack by unknown persons on JNU campus that left the JNU students’ union (JNUSU) leader Aishe Ghosh and others injured Delhi Police is yet to make an arrest.

However, an FIR (first information report ) was filed on Sunday night against Aishe Ghosh and 19 other people for allegedly vandalizing the university server room and attacking security guards on Saturday. The FIR was filed around the time when attackers were beating students by entering the campus.

Explaining the reason for FIR officials from JNU informed that the technical staff accessed the communication and information (CIS) premises on Saturday morning after students allegedly made the servers dysfunctional the day before however a group of “miscreants” re-entered the room around 1 pm and again damaged them.

College administration has claimed that the server incident is related to an ongoing standoff between students and the university over a hike in hostel fees. They say the protesting students damaged the server to stop students from registering for the winter semester. The administration links Sunday’s attack to the server issue.

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BJP backed ABVP and left-back student groups are blaming the attacks on each other. The JNUSU President said the students’ body had been trying hard to resolve the issue. “The Jawaharlal Nehru University Teachers’ Federation (JNUTF) threatened us recently amid the ongoing protest against fee hike. We want amicable resolution”.

Delhi Police has also come under the hammer for mishandling of the situation and failure to prevent such an attack on campus.

Inputs from NDTV

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