Students across the country yesterday protested the police crackdown on the protesters in Delhi against the citizenship law.

Then a mob set fire to some buses. The police then attacked the protesting students. There were also tear gas shells.

Without the permission of the university administration, the police entered the university premises and beaten up.

A number of students were injured.

The CBI has condemned these violations by the police. Thousands of students took to the road yesterday to protest. Students also participated. Students from several universities in Delhi have ignored the exams and gathered in support of the protest. In the cold, many students chanted without wearing a shirt.

Some of the students said, “We were just on campus. Police entered through the front and back porch of the university. The police did not listen to us saying that we were not involved in violence. They did not spare the students. ” One student showed her injuries to journalists.

50 students already arrested by police were released yesterday morning. Yet the university was in a state of tension yesterday. Holidays for the Dental University have been announced until January 5th. The administration has also ordered the evacuation of hostels.

The students of Aligarh University first joined the protest. Later students of Jawaharlal Nehru University also joined.

Students in various states across the country, including Tamil Nadu, have condemned the police crackdown on students in Delhi.

A protest was staged at Natvadul Ulama College in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, condemning the police and protesting against the amendment of the citizenship law. When the students came to the road and tried to protest, the police, who were concentrated in security, did not let them out. The students threw stones from the campus.

Students from various colleges and universities across the country, including Maulana Azad Urdu University in Hyderabad, Banaras Hindu University in Varanasi, Jadavpur University in Kolkata and Tata Social Sciences College in Mumbai, took part in protests in Delhi.

IITs that usually avoid protests. The students took part in the protest, denouncing the police violation. IIT Chennai The students said they had gathered at the Gajendra Circle inside the campus. Similarly, Kanpur IIT, Mumbai IIT. The students also participated in the protest.