New Delhi: Over a dozen students were injured on Monday allegedly after security guards at JNU roughed them up for protesting on campus, ABVP claimed.
The students were staging a protest on the campus alleging that they have not received their fellowship in over a year, a member from the RSS-backed student group said.
“Over a dozen suffered injuries after Cyclops attacked them on the order of administration,” ABVP activist Ambuj said.
Cyclops is the firm tasked with managing security on the Jawaharlal Nehru University campus.
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