The police battered and detained 67 students who wanted to mark the Ankara massacre at İstanbul University.
Gathering at Havuzlu Bahçe in Central Campus in İstanbul’s district of Beyazıt, the students wanted to issue a statement for the press in front of the main gate following the one minute’s silence for the 102 people who lost their lives in the attack.
However, entering the campus, the police intervened in the students.
According to an information obtained from a student, one of the detainee’s arm was broken, and some others were injured in their faces.
The police also intervened in and detained the students who came to the main gate.
The detained students have been reportedly taken to the Beyazıt Police Station. (TP/EKN/TK)
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