The broken doors of new library | Photo: Manisha Mondal | ThePrint
The broken doors of new library at Jamia Millia University | Photo: Manisha Mondal | ThePrint
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New Delhi: Twitterati is really worked up over the alleged CCTV footage of 15 December violence at Jamia Millia Islamia university, where the Delhi Police can be seen beating up students in the library. Here are a few of the reactions from the platform.

But first, British Labour MP Debbie Abrahams, a stern critic of the Modi government’s move to scrap Article 370, was denied entry into India after she landed at the Indira Gandhi International Airport. Here she disputes the government claims as reported in a tweet by India Today’s Gaurav Sawant.

Back to the Jamia video, former JNU leader Umar Khalid found it ‘horrifying’.

 Congress’ Sanjay Jha finds something very ugly about it.

 And Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s critic Hollywood actor, John Cusack had a few cutting remarks of his own.

Even as the Jamia video wars continue to play out, the Congress is battling its internal demons. Here’s former Mumbai Congress chief Milind Deora.

Deora annoys former AAP and now Congress leader Alka Lamba, who gives him a befitting reply.

Bollywood Sonam Kapoor launches a stinging attack on RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat for his remarks on marriage and divorce.

Congress national spokesperson Abhishek Singhvi is equally outraged by the RSS chief’s comments.

So is filmmaker Anubhav Sinha who manages to find a Hindu-Muslim angle to it.

TV anchor Pallavi Ghosh and Congress’ social media convenor Hasiba Amin disagree over Union Minister Smriti Irani.

 Away from the Twitter spats, Bollywood actor Ayushmann Khurrana remembers his college days in this sweet exchange with a teacher.

Columnist Ashutosh Varshney has a piece of advice for External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar.

And lastly, Aam Aadmi Party leader and newly-elected MLA Raghav Chadha’s ‘fanboy’ moment with the cutest AAP supporter of them all!

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