Universities from all over the country have come out in support of Jamia Milia Islamia students

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How did it start?

Protestors, including students of the Jamia Millia Islamia University, clashed with the police in a South Delhi neighbourhood around 5 pm on December 15

Around 7 pm, videos began to emerge from Jamia Millia Islamia University showing the police fired tear gas shells inside the building.

Other videos showed the police beating up the students.

Waseem Ahmed Khan, Chief Proctor, Jamia Millia Islamia University: “Police have entered the campus by force, no permission was given."

Several students were injured and taken to hospitals.

Some students were also detained at Kalkaji Police station

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According to reports, both students and police personnel were injured in the clash

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Later at night, hundreds of students reached the old Delhi Police headquarters at ITO to take part in an "emergency" protest against the police action

The protesters raised anti-police slogans and demanded action against officials who entered the university

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Later, students across the country started hitting the streets in solidarity with Jamia Milia Islamia University

Students from the Aligarh Muslim University were one of the first ones to come out

However, AMU, too became a battleground as police clashed brutally with protesting students.

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Tata Insitute of Social Sciences in Mumbai also joined in late night when the students took out a candlelight march

Protests also took a violent turn in Patna, where students of the Patna University were demonstrating against the CAA.

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Students of the Banaras Hindu University also took out a procession in support of Jamia students

Hyderabad’s Maulana Azad Urdu University also joined in

As per the latest reports, 50 students, who were detained during protests at the Jamia Millia Islamia, were released in the early hours of Monday

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