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Two unidentified gunmen fired shots at gate number 5 of Jamia Millia Islamia University in Delhi on Sunday night.
This incident has taken place three days after a fire had been opened at protests by a Noida youth in Jamia Millia Islamia University in Delhi.
The reports say that two unidentified men riding scooty had opened a fire on Sunday night in Delhi at the gate number 5 of the Jamia Millia Islamia University where in one of the witness was wearing a red jacket, says an eye witness.
The police say that no causalities have been reported so far.
A statement has been issued by the Jamia Coordination Committee (JCC) which is a group that comprises students and alumni of the Jamia Millia Islamia University that has been formed in order to protest against the Citizenship Amendment Act. According to the statement, the attackers were said to be on a red motorcycle.
This incident adds up to the two firing incidents in the Jamia Nagar area in a week.
The first incident had taken place on Thursday where in a minor fired at anti- CAA protesters who were preparing to march towards the Rajghat from Jamia. A student was reported to get injured in the attack
Two days later, another incident of opening a fire had taken place where in a 25- year- old had fired two rounds in the air at Shaheen Bagh during a protest which was against the newly amended citizenship law. It has been reported that no one has been hurt in the incident.
As per the report of the incident that had taken place on Sunday night, two unidentified men had opened a fire at Gate number 5 of Jamia Millia Islamia, one of the them is said to be wearing a red jacket and the scooty which they were riding is said to be of red color bearing the number being either 1532 or 1534.
A student had said that they had heard the gunshot to which they had stepped out to see and found that the two unidentified men had been leaving on a scooty. The student added saying that the vehicle number was noted down and the police have been contacted.
By Shrithika Kushangi