Strict action is being taken in cases of violence, the Ministry of External Affairs issued a statement on the Gujarat University incident.

New Delhi. India said on Sunday that the Gujarat government is taking strict action in connection with violence at an Ahmedabad university in which two foreign students were injured. External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Randhir Jaiswal said that one of the two foreign students injured in the violence has been discharged from hospital. He said on social media platform ‘X’, “Yesterday there was an incident of violence at Gujarat University in Ahmedabad. The state government is taking strict action against the culprits.” He said that two foreign students were injured in the violence. One of them has been discharged from the hospital after treatment.

Ahmedabad Police Commissioner GS Malik said that an FIR has been registered against 20 to 25 people in connection with the incident and nine teams have been formed for investigation. Malik said that the incident took place at around 10.50 pm on Saturday night when around 20-25 people entered the hostel of Gujarat University and objected to students from Afghanistan, Uzbekistan and other countries offering prayers in the hostel.

Malik said, “Around 20-25 people entered the hostel premises and objected to the international students praying there and asked them to pray in the mosque. They had an argument over the issue and beat him up.” And stone pelting?” He said two students from Sri Lanka and Tajikistan have been admitted to the hospital. Malik said an FIR has been registered against 20-25 people and they will be arrested soon. He said that the situation is under control.

abandonment: Prabhasakshi has not edited this news. This news is published by PTI’s oral feed.

Leave a Comment