Convincing JNU protestors not to take law in hands: Delhi Police

Several students of Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) are marching towards Parliament in the national capital on November 18 over demand of complete roll back of fee hike. They were later stopped by police near Delhi's Safdarjung Tomb area. While speaking to ANI, Public Relations Office (PRO) of Delhi Police, Mandeep Singh Randhawa said, "We are trying to talk to the students about their demands and convince them to not take law in their hands. Regarding the allegation of lathi charge, we will inquire into it." Due to the protest, Section 144 has also been imposed near the Parliament and security has been beefed up..

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