Bollywood celebrities denounce attacks on Jamia University students

The entire nation is in shock after the Delhi police crackdown on Jamia Millia Islamia university students. The police entered education without prior authorization from the university authorities and then attacked the students. Students on Sunday in Jamia (New Delhi) protested the Citizenship (Amendment) law introduced by the central government led by the BJP. The protests were met with violent attacks by the police in response, and videos of them are currently everywhere on the Internet. Shortly after things went wrong in Jamia, Uttar Pradesh police also reportedly followed suit at Aligarh Muslim University (AMU).

Many Bollywood stars have decided to express their opinion on the brutality against the liners. Here’s what they had to say.

Those close to the people who hold power will never tell them the truth. Telling the truth to power is difficult. This can only be done by those who want nothing from power. https://t.co/MVP0lofORs

– Mahesh Bhatt (@MaheshNBhatt) December 16, 2019

Violence is not a tool to improve our country. We are a democracy and we have the power to exercise our fundamental rights in a legitimate manner. What the students faced shook me and my heart goes out to them and I protest against the way the situation was handled.

– bhumi pednekar (@bhumipednekar) December 16, 2019

I strongly condemn the violence that the police have shown in dealing with the students. In a democracy, citizens have the right to demonstrate peacefully. I also condemn any type of act of destruction of public property. Violence is the solution to nothing!

– Rajkummar Rao (@RajkummarRao) December 16, 2019

Yes.
Stand up against the politics of division, against Islamaphobia, against unconstitutional acts and state-sponsored violence.
Power to protesters, power to students. https://t.co/3G37C8LmU2

– Jim Sarbh (@jimSarbh) December 16, 2019

Yes.
Stand up against the politics of division, against Islamaphobia, against unconstitutional acts and state-sponsored violence.
Power to protesters, power to students. https://t.co/3G37C8LmU2

– Jim Sarbh (@jimSarbh) December 16, 2019

What is going on in our country should make us all ashamed. Shame. Now is the time to come together and act as one nation, one people, one country. NOW.

– Dia Mirza (@deespeak) December 16, 2019

It is heartbreaking … In which civilized country is this normal? Why such excessive force? Who studies tear gas in a library? There is nothing to justify this. https://t.co/fK2kX17Qqg

– TheRichaChadha (@RichaChadha) December 16, 2019

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– Ayushmann Khurrana (@ayushmannk) December 16, 2019

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– Riteish Deshmukh (@Riteishd) December 16, 2019

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