Lathi charge on NSUI students in Rajasthan University
Lathi charge on NSUI students in Rajasthan University: Police took away students, and more than 6 injured
With the announcement of student union elections in Rajasthan, the ruckus has started. Police lathi-charged the students protesting in the university and chased them away. In fact, on Thursday, the students were protesting against the 8-point demands. During this, the NSUI workers started dharna outside the Vice Chancellor's Secretariat. During the syndicate meeting, the NSUI workers were not given entry to the Vice Chancellor's Secretariat by the police administration. Angered by this, at around 4 pm, the NSUI workers broke the barricading and tried to enter the Vice Chancellor's Secretariat.
During this, as soon as they were stopped by the police administration. Clashes broke out between NSUI workers and police. Even after this, the NSUI workers did not stop and tried to enter the Vice Chancellor's Secretariat by climbing the barricades. After which the police lathi-charged the NSUI workers. During this, more than six NSUI workers have also received injuries. Syndicate member and Kishanpol MLA Amin Kagzi have also reached the university after the growing opposition from NSUI.
Actually, a campaign was launched by NSUI in the university regarding the student union election manifesto. In which an 8-point demand letter was prepared based on the demand of the students. Which the NSUI workers were going to give to the Vice-Chancellor. But the university administration did not allow NSUI workers to enter the Vice Chancellor's Secretariat. After this, the angry workers forcibly tried to enter through the back door of the Vice Chancellor's Secretariat. During this, some activists also broke the barricade of the police. After which the police personnel present there lathi-charged the NSUI workers. During this, more than half a dozen workers have also got small. At the same time, the clothes of some workers even fell.
At the same time, more than 50 ABVP workers also reached outside the Vice Chancellor's Secretariat during the Syndicate meeting. Where he started raising slogans against NSUI and Congress. To which NSUI also responded with sloganeering. During this, five workers including ABVP's national minister Hoshiyar Meena started trying to enter the Vice Chancellor's Secretariat from the back door. But they were arrested by the police before they could enter.