Jinnah row: Tension continues in AMU, exams postponed

AMU Issue: Internet Services suspended in Aligarh, Section 144 imposed in Town

Jinnah portrait row sparks 'freedom movement' in India after Hindu extremists attack AMU students

They were demanding that a portrait of Pakistan's founder Muhammad Ali Jinnah be removed from the office of the AMU students union.

Blaming Jinnah for having broken the country at the time of partition, Farhat - the national head of All-India Muslim Mahasangh - announced that the reward would be given to anyone who burns Jinnah's photo which created ruckus at AMU.

Violence broke out at the university yesterday after the right-wing protestors barged into the varsity demandingthe removal of Jinnah's portrait displayed on the University campus. "Nobody in India supports Jinnah and I believe whoever does so is supporting the enemy, but the BJP and RSS, whose leaders sat in Jinnah's lap, have no right to comment".

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Just when one thought things couldn't plummet further, there were reports of Jinnah's picture being plastered in public toilets across Aligarh by students of a particular college.

"We the Alumni of Bahrain once again demand stern action against the perpetrators/conspirators who are hell bent on vitiating the atmosphere of peace and harmony that otherwise normally prevails in the AMU campus", he said.

The Aligarh Police on Sunday detained three HJM leaders; they were trying to carry out a march without police permission.

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Meanwhile, the president of Delhi's Jawaharlal Nehru University Students' Union, Geeta Kumari, today asked the RSS and different saffron groups to "stop interfering in the internal affairs" of different educational institutions in the country.

Twenty-eight students were injured in a lathi charge by the police.

On Friday, Section 144 of the CrPC (Code of Criminal Procedure) was imposed in Aligarh and internet services were suspended to prevent the communal flare-up. The protesting students have been joined by representatives from a number of other prominent institutions from across northern India. The AMU students alleged that the protesters were from Hindu Yuva Vahini, and were allowed to leave a police station after being initially detained.

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