Tension grips Jawalamukhi college following NSUI protest



Dharamshala: Tension gripped the Jawalamukhi Degree College in this district today when the National Students Union of India (NSUI) held protest demanding the college should be taken over by the government.

Right now, the college is bring run by which was being run by the Jawalamukhi Temple Trust. The situation turned tense when Education minister I D Dhiman arrived here for attending the annual distribution function and inaugurating of the Science block in the college. The protest irritated the supporters of the minister and ABVP activists, which resulted in a clash between the two groups.

According to the eye witnesses, the NSUI protesters, which included a girl activist were assaulted during the clash. The NSUI activists were forced to go out of the premises by the police. Sub Divisional Police Officer Dehra Paras Ram told HimVani that heavy police was deployed in the college to avert any major incident. Timely intervention of the police separated the clashing groups and saved the situation from taking any ugly turn.

DSP Paras Ram said that later the annual function of the college continued and the minister also inaugurated the science block. He said that no case was registered in this connection and no arrests were made.

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