Attack on AMU student leaving exam, student admitted after being injured in firing

Pankaj Prasad
Attack on AMU student
Attack on AMU student

In Aligarh Muslim University, the attackers opened fire on the students who were coming out of the examinations.

In Aligarh Muslim University, the attackers opened fire on the students who were coming out of the examinations. The student has been admitted to the medical college. There is an atmosphere of panic in the AMU campus due to the firing.

attack on amu student

On August 6, at around 4:30 pm, AMU student, Mohammad Kashif, a resident of Omar Masjid Nala Road, Jamalpur, who was going out after giving an exam in the Faculty of Arts, was caught by the youths standing outside and started taking them towards RM Hall. Together with Mohammad Kasif opposed this. On this, the attacker opened fire by taking out the gun from the bag. 2 attackers also fired with their pistols. The attacker injured the students by hitting the butt of the pistol on the head. The assailants fled from the spot when there was an uproar.

Student admitted to medical, tahrir against 5

CO Civil Lines Swetabh Pandey said that the injured student Mohammad Kashif has been admitted to the medical college. On behalf of the injured Mohammad Kashif, a complaint has been lodged against 5 in the Civil Lines police station. In Tahrir, Shahwaz resident on the line of Civil Line, Mahtab, a student of Sir Ziauddin Hall of AMU, Ashraf, a student of B.Tech, resident of Suleman Hall, Atif, a student of Foreign Languages ​​Department, Farhan, a student of B.Sc.

Inquiry into the involvement of AMU student in the incident

AMU Proctor Professor Wasim Ali said that the accused involved in the incident are being investigated whether any student is from AMU or not. If any student from AMU is found involved, strict action will be taken. Police Station Civil Lines in-charge Pravesh Rana said that a complaint has been given on behalf of the student. Preparations are being made for the trial. The accused will soon be in the custody of the police.