Police suddenly arrived at Columbia University, drama continued all night


New York: Columbia University is constantly in the news. The university has decided to expel the protesters who occupied a building on the grounds of New York College on Tuesday. According to a BBC report, Columbia University has issued a statement on the entry of New York Police into the campus and the events of the entire night of Tuesday. The university has said in its statement that ‘After 9 pm, New York Police entered the campus on the request of the university. This decision was taken to restore security in our community.’

The university further said in its statement that ‘We regret that the protesters chose to escalate their protest and take it to a bad stage. “We discovered overnight that Hamilton Hall had been occupied, vandalized and blocked off, so we had no choice but to call the police.”

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Let us tell you that demonstrations are being held against the Israel-Hamas war in university campuses across the country. More than 1,000 protesters have been arrested in recent days on campuses in states including Texas, Utah, Virginia, North Carolina, New Mexico, Connecticut and New Jersey, some of whom followed violent clashes with police in riot gear. Has been done.

Many footages surfaced
On the other hand, New York Police said that the operation started after receiving information. After this, many footages appeared on TV in America in which police personnel were seen entering the building through cranes and large stairs. ‘Columbia Students for Justice in Palestine’, one of the main student groups involved in the protest, wrote on social media late at night that ‘large scale arrests are expected.’ The group appealed to people on social media site X to come forward in support of the students.

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