Earlier, the AMU officials clarified that the students' protest at the varsity gate is not related to Muhammad Ali Jinnah's portrait as reported by a section in the media. Predictably this led to violence between the activists and AMU students and also a war of words.
Raking up the row over the portrait of Muhammad Ali Jinnah at Aligarh Muslim University, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Sudhanshu Trivedi said people who are supporting the display of Jinnah's portrait on the campus are the same who stood with terrorist like Afzal Guru. And the row is now snowballing with the national head of All-India Muslim Mahasangh announcing a Rs 1 lakh reward to anyone who tears down Jinnah's posters and photos across the country.
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The portrait hangs at the student union office of the university.
The internet services in Aligarh will remain suspended till 12:00 am (06 May 2018). They also highlighted the recent news that Hindu students at AMU protected their Muslim co-students while the latter were doing namaz underlining the secular approach of the students which the fascist RSS seeks to undermine. A picture of the man responsible for India's division can not be accepted in a public-funded institution, BJP has said.
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Wednesday's clash took place when the students were demanding action against right-wing protesters who had entered the campus and wanted Jinnah's portrait removed from the student union office, where it has been hanging for decades.
He said that BJP is doing politics in the name of Jinnah.
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Describing it as a small issue that has been blown out of proportion, Umari said it has always been the practise in AMU to display portraits of its lifetime members of the students' union in the campus. AMU vice-chancellor Tariq Mansoor visited the Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College Hospital today, where three of the AMU students injured after the police lathi-charge are being treated. Jinnah, a founder member of the University Court, had also been given this honour before Partition.
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