11-12-2014, 06:57 PM
Kerala is now looking at moving street battles between police and students on Wednesday, when activists Student Federation of India (SFI) took the Assembly in March to protest against the government to grant autonomy to the colleges of Arts and Sciences, and open the door to foreign universities to set up shop here.
Protest march and subsequent fight, which brought the city center to a standstill for almost two hours, began at 11 h. 15 m to the right after the Congress leader MM Hassan his 24-hour fast at Gandhi Park protests demanding offsets in place outside the city. About 100 activists SFI their faces covered with towels to prevent detection of foreign chambers began to march to the Assembly of the University College.
Communist Party of India (Marxist) leader Balakrishnan Kodiyeri, who attended the session of the Assembly, came to calm the students. Stones are still the land of the protest line, and the police had to form a circle around it to protect it from stones. Several tear gas shells were mounted, and then the students began to retreat in the direction of the University College.When police tried to enter the University College of the gate, they met stiff resistance from the inside. Several tear gas shells landed in the college, which angered the students, who responded with more stones.
SFI says he will observe a day of protest on campuses in the state on Thursday, demanding an end to police brutality in colleges and waiver moves to grant autonomy to the colleges of Arts and Sciences.
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