It was over participation of Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) students Umar Khalid and Shehla Rashid in a seminar scheduled at Ramjas College. The incident happened after the programme of Ramjas College was also cancelled by the same presence of ABVP.
A section of students and teachers, affiliated to AISA, and part of the organising committee, were agitated over the College Administration's decision and organised a protest march from Delhi University's Arts Faculty to Maurice Nagar police station. The move angered a section of students and teachers of the college, who along with a few JNU students and supporters of All India Students" Association (AISA), made a decision to march till the Maurice Nagar police station demanding action against the ABVP-led "vandalism'.
A few policemen and reporters were also roughed up during the violence after students from DU and JNU gathered outside the college to hold a protest march against ABVP's threat to call off the seminar.
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Student elections were banned in Maharashtra since 1994, after violent activism led to the killing of a student leader in 1992. Khalid was arrested previous year on charges of sedition for his role in organising an event in JNU, in support of 2001 Parliament attack convict Afzal Guru, during which anti-national slogans were raised.
Khalid, who gave a miss to protests yesterday and the day before, joined the protesters at ITO in raising slogans of "ABVP se azaadi" and demanding registration of an FIR against them.
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