Angry students raised slogans, demanding safety and justice for those students who suffered injuries in alleged police firing on December 15.
Sayeeda who could not appear before the magistrate in person as she is observing 'Iddat' handed over the written statement through her daughter Kathija Shifani and son Mohammed Sabeel.
Police sources clarified that the purported video that went viral, in which police personnel is seen with his pistol, is being investigated and seems to be of Mathura road area.
Findings contradict the police version on what forced them to open fire on protestors that killed two in Dec 2019.
The government had said the compensation would be released once their names are cleared.
Earlier, Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee had announced a compensation of Rs 5 lakh each to the families of the victims.
The Criminal Investigation Department (CID) inquiry into the protests that took a violent turn in Mangaluru on December 19, began on Friday.
In a sudden move, the Karnataka government on Wednesday withdrew the Rs 10 lakh compensation announced earlier.
"Their involvement in acts of vandalism during the protest is also suspected by the police. So the compensation cannot be paid until the investigation is completed," the CM said.
The rally is expected to be organised in Nehru Grounds and permission in this regard has been sought from the police.
Burnt vehicle parts, tyres and shattered glasses lay where the shootings took place.
Naufal said he was at the shop when he got the news and he rushed to Highland Hospital where Nausheen was taken.
Former Chief Minister and Congress leader Siddaramaiah, on Saturday, lashed out at Home Minister Basavaraj Bommai for defending the police firing in Mangaluru, in which two people were killed.
Yediyurappa said the nature of the inquiry will be decided after talks with the Home minister and others, but refused to fix a time frame for completion of the probe.
Jaleel was shot near home, had nothing to do with Citizenship Act protests: Mangaluru youth's brother
Zameer, Jaleel’s friend said that police could have avoided resorting to open fire on the agitating mob.