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Police detained the students who came to protest in IP College

New Delhi, Apr 3, (Fast Mail News):-- Students of Krantikari Yuva Sangathan at Delhi University's Indraprastha Women's College (IP College) came to protest on Monday morning demanding the resignation of Principal Poonam Kumaria. During this, while taking action against 27 protesting students, the police took them into custody and sent them to Burari police station.

 

North District DCP Sagar Singh Kalsi said that around 11 am on Monday, 15 to 20 students gathered outside IP College and started protesting. Soon their number started increasing. The police asked them to leave. But he didn't move. Thereafter, the police used mild force to disperse them and detained around 27 people. 15 boys and 12 girls taken into custody were sent to Burari police station. There is no student of IP College among them.

 

Protest outside Indraprastha Women's College

 

 

 

A large number of students of Krantikari Yuva Sangathan and AISA Student Organization arrived on Monday morning to demonstrate at Mahila IP College. The crowd of girl students raised slogans against the college administration. The protesting girl students say that till the college principal Poonam Kumari does not resign, similar demonstrations will continue in the interest of the students.

 

At the same time, the protesting girl students have accused the Delhi Police of misbehaving. At the same time, he said that the police is also responsible for such incidents, because the police fail to provide security during the fest programs in the colleges. Earlier, Delhi Commission for Women Chairperson Swati Maliwal had taken cognizance of the issue of indecency with girl students during the fest. He had issued a notice to the Delhi Police and the principal of the college in the matter.

 

It is notable that protests are going on continuously since March 28 to protest against molestation and misbehavior with girl students during the fest in women's colleges. In the demonstration, girl students and students of different women's colleges of Delhi are gathering and protesting against the college administration and the police.

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