During a protest called at Mumbai's Gateway of India on Monday (January 6) to register protest against the attack on JNU students and professors, a girl was spotted holding 'Free Kashmir' poster. 

A day after brutal attacks on students and professors in the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) campus by some masked goons, protests broke out in several parts of India on Monday (January 6) against the attack on JNU students.

During one such protest at Mumbai's Gateway of India on Monday (January 6), a girl was spotted holding 'Free Kashmir' poster. The display of this message is surprising because when the protest was called for expressing solidarity with JNU students, why were people carrying placards with controversial messages written on them?

In a related development, MS Randhawa, Delhi Police PRO, on Monday (January 6) told media that probe has been launched into the attack on JNU students and professors by some masked goons on Sunday (January 5).

He added that a total of four FIRs have been registered in connection with this case, out of which three FIRs were registered on Sunday. Delhi Police sources said that students from both ABVP and Left groups had called people from outside the campus and these outsiders were involved in violence inside the JNU campus. According to Randhawa, Delhi Police's Joint CP Western range, Shalini Singh, will lead a fact-finding committee formed to probe this matter.

Randhawa said that the crime branch will investigate the matter. He also informed the media that 34 people got injured in the mayhem and all of them have been discharged after proper medical attention.

Meanwhile, JNUSU President Aishe Ghosh, who was also brutally attacked by the goons, claimed that since past 4-5 days violence was being promoted in the campus by some RSS affiliated professors and ABVP. Every iron rod used against the students will be given back by debate and discussion. JNU's culture will not be eroded anytime soon. JNU will uphold its democratic culture.