NEW DELHI: Thousands of Indian students protested in different cities against arrest of JNU Student union leader.
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Students from different institutes and campuses participated in the protest. The students claimed that Kanhaiya Kumar should be released immediately and unconditionally.
Students claimed that cases against students be withdrawn and there should be freedom of expression for students.
Teacher’s bodies from 40 central universities also rallied behind protesting students and claimed that it is a matter of indiscipline not sedition.
Over 400 academicians from international varsities expressed solidarity with JNU students and condemned the illegal detention and autocratic suspension of students.