TMC attack or student clash? Photos, videos show extent of violence in Bankura medical college

West Bengal's Bankura Sammilani Medical College bore the brunt of extreme violence on Thursday after vandals attacked students and vandalised the students' hostels.

Students are alleging these vandals were TMC leaders "assaulting the students of All India quota".

Rajesh Bagra, an MBBS student at the college, took to Facebook to urge people to come forward and help.

"Please help saving us ..They will murder us.. we r nt getting any help from authorities ..we r nt able to do anything ..totally helpless," he wrote. We r national duty workers..we r nt meant for this treatment," he added.

Image via: @CorrectHai/Twitter

Image via: @CorrectHai/Twitter

Image via: @RajeshBagra5/Twitter

Image via: @RajeshBagra5/Twitter

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Image via: @ChandraGaurav3/Twitter

Image via: Vishesh Kishor Singh/Facebook

Image via: Vishesh Kishor Singh/Facebook

Another MBBS student Rajat Gupta wrote on Facebook that these attacks on quota students were a regular affair and that the students were not getting support from police and college authorities.

Image via: Vishesh Kishor Singh/Facebook

Bagra also claimed that all the juniors who were attacked were from Rajasthan.

Students claimed the vandals destroyed everything in their rooms, including their laptops, medical books and MBBS degrees.

"We the All INDIA Quota students are forced to sleep in a single room as our all the rooms are destroyed," wrote MBBS student Alok Ranjan Singh.

Party politics at Bankura Sammillani Medical College, Bankura, West Bengal leads to immense destruction at the hostel. @PMOIndia @aajtak https://t.co/ImFOFnA5Ai

- Shriti (@CorrectHai) March 9, 2017

Brijesh Saini, an MBBS student at the college, tweeted photos from the scene to Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje claiming 15 students from Rajasthan had been injured in the attack.

@VasundharaBJP Ma'am vandalism on AIPMT Quota students by ruling Party hooligans, 15 Students frm Rajasthan injured, Plz Help Ma'am ASAP pic.twitter.com/98nxrVpA1L

- BRIJESH SAINI (@_saini_brijesh) March 10, 2017

Meanwhile, a local news report said that violence resulted from clashes between two student unions of the college.

Various students also claimed that it was fellow students who got violent.

@MoHFW_INDIA @abpnewstv @MamataOfficial Shameful act by aspiring future doctors. This is what the society will get in the form of doctors. https://t.co/ZPwhBB1n4X

- Dipak Agarwal (@dipakdada) March 9, 2017