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Bombs hurled at AU students protesting against Akhilesh visit


Allahabad: A group of unidentified persons hurled crude bombs at a gaggle of scholars watching a fast-unto-death to protest towards Samajwadi Party leader Akhilesh Yadav’s proposed visit to the school, within the Union Hall of Allahabad University campus on Sunday. No one was once injured within the assault.
Colonelganj police mentioned that a team of scholars have been protesting towards the proposed visit of Samajwadi Party (SP) president Akhilesh Yadav to wait a serve as being organised at the anniversary of the AU Students Union (AUSU). The tournament is scheduled to be organised on February 12.

The incident occurred an afternoon after the college’s advisory council and police department refused to grant the organisers the permission to invite Akhilesh to the event.


AU proctor, Prof Ram Sevak Dubey, mentioned that a team of miscreants had hurled crude bombs at the protesting students within the Union Hall. “After being alerted, senior police officers rushed to the spot for investigation,” he added.


Meanwhile, AU government requested the district Justice of the Peace and district police leader to deploy ok power on campus for security.


AUSU’s anniversary serve as is scheduled to be organised on February 11-13 at the Union Hall. AUSU basic secretary, Shivam Singh of Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) has been protesting towards Akhilesh Yadav’s proposed visit.




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