TDN World Desk: Students are not happy with the partial roll-back of fee hike. Demanding a complete rollback of the hostel fee hike thousands of JNU students today started their protest march from the university campus towards the Parliament amid heavy police deployment. Near Safdarjung Tomb their march to Parliament was stopped by Police.

Due to the ongoing JNU protest Entry and exit points of three Delhi Metro stations near Parliament have been shut down for a temporary period, reports News 18.

“As advised by Delhi Police, trains are not halting at Udyog Bhawan and Patel Chowk. Exit/Entry gates for Udyog Bhawan, Patel Chowk and Central Secretariat have been closed temporarily,” the DMRC tweeted.

At the face of police’s lathi charge some students got injured. One picure of the JNU protester’s doing rounds on tweeter. The protester can be seen bleeding from ears.