Cops thrash student leader
Jammu, Aug 11: Protest rocked Jammu University late this evening after a student was allegedly thrashed by the policemen deployed in the campus.
Eyewitnesses said that National Conference Student Union (NCSU) leader Nasib Ali was allegedly abused and thrashed by the policemen near the main gate of the JU.
They said that Ali was talking to his friend near the gate, which was objected by the security men, leading to heated arguments between the two sides.
Soon after the incident, number of students and scholars gathered at the spot and shouted slogans against the administration and police. They alleged that security personnel are harassing the students and the people visiting the campus on daily basis. Protesters also shouted slogans against the Vice-Chancellor Varun Sahni for using police to suppress the voice of the students.
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