New Delhi: Delhi Police on Tuesday registered an FIR against a group of JNU students who allegedly broke into the Central Library and manhandled security guards at the premises.
As per police reports,a group of 35-40 students gathered outside the library on Tuesday around 10.40 am and asked the guard to open the gates of the library.but when the guards refused to do so, the students tried to break-in into the library.
"Students manhandled security personnel and started hitting the library gate with sticks. The glass section of the gate was damaged… The security personnel resisted the attack and didn't allow the students to enter from the three entrance gates. They (students) then found a small gate, broke the glass pane, and entered the library. The security personnel removed the students from the library," reads the FIR, as reported by IE.
Police said that the students violated the Covid norms and manhandled security personnel while by barging into library gates.
A case under sections of Prevention of Damage to Public Property Act, DDMA Act, Epidemic Diseased Act, and IPC has been registered against unknown persons at Vasant Kunj police station.