The violence was criticized from all quarters. Many students from different educational institutions joined hands in solidarity with the JNU students. Politicians and Bollywood actors also took to their social media handle and condemned the violent act. Even Tollywood actors also took to Twitter and expressed this act as shameful.
Yeh gham ke aur chaar din, sitam ke aur chaar din, Yeh din bhi jayenge guzar, guzar gaye hazaar din— Srijit Mukherji (@srijitspeaketh) January 6, 2020
Kabhi toh hogi is chaman mein bhi baahar ki nazar
Agar kahin bhi swarg ho utaar laa zameen par
Tu zinda hai...
Stay strong, Alma Mater. #StandWithJNU.
I strongly condemn the barbaric act of beating up students & teachers at #JNU last night.— Nusrat (@nusratchirps) January 6, 2020
Shameful act to silence protesting voices.
I urge the Government to take strict actions against the people responsible for these attacks. #IstandWithJNU
#JNUViolence— Mimssi (@mimichakraborty) January 5, 2020
Brutal violence in an educational institution is condemned from heart soul nd mind..
This is a systematic attack on civil society. The govt & the people in power are enablers of this. If students & teachers are not safe in campuses, inside their hostels what guarantee do we have of anyone's safety?— Swastika Mukherjee (@swastika24) January 5, 2020
Wake Up Democracy! Join the protest NOW. https://t.co/UPwU39Yswj
Speak up people. Irrespective of your politics and faith. Raise your voice against goon shit. Stop playing safe. Make it clear who you stand with. Have a spine. Here's mine.. #StandWithStudents https://t.co/ckf8Q1mlLs— Birsa Dasgupta (@BirsaDasgupta) January 6, 2020
Only credible voice of resistance and opposition left in this country are students ,You’ll not be able to muzzle this voice. Keep trying. #JNUattack— anurag basu (@basuanurag) January 5, 2020
SrijitMukherji wrote a small poem on this and shared on the Twitter.