The Delhi High Court on Tuesday issued notice to Centre, Delhi Government and Delhi Police, on a plea filed by a Jamia student, who lost vision in one eye allegedly due to police assault, seeking compensation and registration of FIR against police personnel.
Mohammad Minhajuddin, an LLM student of Jamia Millia Islamia University, when Delhi Police on December 15, the police stormed inside the university campus to nab ‘outsiders’ who were involved in arson. The police had denied lathicharging and teargasing students to curb the protest.
A Delhi High Court bench had earlier agreed to hear a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) seeking constitution of a fact-finding committee to probe the alleged violence by Delhi Police at Jamia Millia Islamia University, during students protest against the Citizenship Amendment Act.
Violence broke out in South Delhi as police clashed with students and protesters in and around the Jamia Milia Islamia University. The students were protesting against the controversial Citizenship Amendment Act.
On other hand PIL is also filed against the protester of saheen bagh to vacant the road premises as it causing difficulties to commute people to their offices as well students for their respective schools.