TDN World Desk: Following the Gandhian path of non-violence AMU
students invited police officials to attend an iftar on Friday.

This iftar was held in memory of those who were killed in anti-Citizenship protests in Uttar Pradesh.The students of AMU have observed roza, a Muslim ritual of keeping fast from the dawn to dusk.

Speaking to Times of India, circle officer Anil Samaniya welcomed the move and said it opens up path to dialogue as well as help to restore normalcy. He also joined the iftar program along with other police officers who were invited by the AMU students’ leader.

Students leaders l Faizul Hassan told TOI, “We prayed for everyone, including police personnel, who were injured during the violence.”

“We pray that the government stops this campaign of hatred against us. We urge the government to take back CAA and NRC, and send a message of peace across the country,” added Hassan.