TDN World Desk: More than 10 female students of Jamia have been admitted to hospital as they received injury in private parts.

A large group of Jamia students have led a march towards the parliament protesting the Citizenship act when cops allegedly resorted to lathi charge and hit over 10 students in their private parts.

The injured students have been admitted to Jamia Health Centre.

Speaking to them, as quoted by India TV, the doctors said, “More than 10 woman students have been hit on their private parts. We have found blunt injuries and some have been hit in a way that we had to shift them to Al Shifa because injuries are serious in nature.”

“Some students have also suffered internal injuries as they have been hit on chest with lathis,” they said.

According to the report, who two male students were also hit on hit private parts by cops.

“I have been hit on my private parts by cops with boots. One of the woman cops took off my Burkha and hit me on my private parts with a lathi,” one woman protesters told the media.
With the BJP government passing the amended Citizenship act, Jamia students have been unfailingly taking to streets. Showing resistance, appealing the government to repeal the discriminatory law.