JNU students had launched a extensive exclaim against hike in hostel charge.
JNU on Tuesday approached the Delhi High Court hunting for contempt action against its students and the Delhi Police for allegedly violating a court docket scream against maintaining a exclaim within 100 metres of the college’s administrative block.
JNU authorities said that students had grossly violated the August 9, 2017, scream of the excessive court docket by maintaining a exclaim within 100 metres of the administrative block and obstructing its functioning.
The college said that police also violated the court docket scream by refusing and failing to acquire action to defend up law and scream within the college and taking away the blockade around the administrative block.
The petition, filed by the centre’s standing counsel Monika Arora, sought route to sigh contempt seek against the alleged contemnors (students and police) and punish them based totally on the Contempt of Courts Act for alleged willful disobedience of the court docket scream.
It also sought route to Delhi Police Commissioner Amulya Patnaik to manufacture assistance to the JNU in controlling any future contemptuous acts of the students and their leaders and taking away them from within 100 metres of the administrative block.
Continuing protests by JNU students against hike in hostel charge beget rocked the national capital. On Monday, several parts of Delhi came to a cease as the students marched in direction of Parliament.
The students clashed with police as they were stopped throughout the march. Whereas the students alleged that they were baton-charged by police, high officers of the force denied it.
On Tuesday, the Delhi Police registered two FIRs in reference to the students’ exclaim.
In maintaining with police, virtually 30 police personnel and 15 students were injured within the eight-hour exclaim on Monday.
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