AMU Jinnah portrait row snowballs, 'Rs 1 lakh reward for tearing posters'


Hundreds of university students, both boys and girls, raised slogans against the Aligarh Police for its alleged "inaction against vandalism and violation of law" by the members of HJM, Hindu Yuva Vahini (HYV) and the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP).

Aligarh Muslim University on Sunday postponed all the examinations for the 2017-18 academic sessions amid the prevailing tension within the campus over the display of Mohammad Ali Jinnah's potrait in students' union hall.

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Jamiyat president and former Rajya Sabha MP Maulana Mahmood Madani appealed to the AMU students to remove the portrait of Jinnah from student union's office and withdraw all demonstrations.

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There seems to be no end to controversies concerning Muhammad Ali Jinnah. "It is unfortunate that certain people are standing by the side of a person (Muhammad Ali Jinnah) who was responsible for the division of this country", Trivedi was quoted as saying by ANI. "Kindly gather more details on this and give reasons behind it", Gautam wrote.

On the other hand, Deputy CM Keshav Prasad Maurya maintained that Jinnah was an enemy of India.

"Jinnah was an enemy of the nation". AMU vice-chancellor Tariq Mansoor on Friday visited the Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College Hospital where three of the students injured in the police lathi-charge are being treated. agitating over the portrait of the Pakistan founder. "Who will do it?" on his official Twitter page that reportedly led to incitement of violence against students of AMU. We have assembled here to expose this politics and how right-wing people entered the campus with an intention to disturb the peaceful environment. Due to these clashes, Section 144 has been imposed in Aligarh and internet services have also been suspended in the north Indian city.

The local district magistrate ordered the suspension of internet services in Aligarh from 2 PM on May 4.