At a time when left and other Opposition parties have been accusing BJP of embracing brute majority to push through the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), an entirely opposite scenario has been witnessed at Thrissur Kerala Varma College. In a state where Left has deep roots, ABVP students and workers were thrashed allegedly by SFI workers and students inside the college campus.
ABVP students and workers had taken permission to conduct a seminar on CAA and had plans to "educate" about the benefits and purpose of CAA, say media reports.
Three ABVP students have been admitted to a hospital with serious injuries.
The attack on ABVP students took place on Wednesday at 9.30 a.m. In the video, a group of students can be seen thrashing ABVP students.
Some reports suggest that this attack could be a retaliation of some scuffle with ABVP students before this attack.
The video of the incident has been widely shared on the micro-blogging site, in which a group of students was brutally beating a student.
ABVP worker was brutally attacked by SFI goons in Varma College in Kerala for clarifying the myths surrounding the Citizenship Amendment Act and explaining the details to the students. #RedTerrorInKerala pic.twitter.com/jbwAP8MAhq— Friends of RSS (@friendsofrss) December 18, 2019
ABVP workers have been protesting against the attack and demanding action against those involved in the attack.
There have been incidents of protests in some college at Kerala after the passage of CAA.
Delhi has also witness anti-CAA protest in Jamia Millia Islamia and Seelampur.
Northeast Delhi's Seelampur area, which witnessed violence on Tuesday following protest over the Citizenship Amendment Act, even as police maintained a tight vigil to ensure that the situation remained under control.
Officials on Wednesday said prohibitory orders have been imposed in northeast Delhi as a precautionary measure. Under the orders, assembly of four or more people is prohibited.
According to locals, there was underlying tension in the area after protests turned violent, which saw agitators pelting stones and vandalising and torching vehicles on Tuesday.
Three FIRs were registered in Seelampur, Jafrabad and Dayalpur police stations in connection with Tuesday''s incident.
Five persons were arrested for Seelampur and Jafrabad incidents, while one was arrested late night for the Dayalpur incident.
*Note: Catch News doesn't confirm the authenticity of the video as it's viral on the social media platform.