Violent protests had broken out against the Citizenship Amendment Act on the campus in which over 70 people, including students, AMU security staff and police personnel were injured.
All four PFI members -- Dr.Gufran, Dr.Munawer, Ahmad, and Kari Abdul Wajid -- are absconding, they said.
The gold was smuggled into Kerala with the help of these organisations which have a strong network in Qatar, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and the UAE.
The high court had earlier said the police cannot say that since the petitioner wanted a media trial therefore it was putting out information in the media.
The authorities are acting under the Uttar Pradesh Recovery of Damages to Public and Private property ordinance-2020 in compliance with the orders issued by the additional district magistrate.
The council, in a representation to the university, said scholarship is among a student’s rights and protesting peacefully is a Constitutional right.
Munawwar's condition deteriorated on Friday evening and he succumbed to injuries shortly before midnight, the hospital official said.
The complainant in the case, RTI activist Nutan Thakur, alleged that derogatory remarks were made on social media, especially on Twitter, against the honourable judges of the Allahabad High Court.
Last month too, a 20-year-old woman, Tayyaba, had died under similar circumstances.
While taking suo moto cognizance of a PIL on the issue, the HC in an unprecedented sitting on Sunday termed the act of putting up photos of protesters as "unjust".
Participating in a debate on the Constitution in the state assembly, the Chief Minister said the Act has its own value and it has to be respected by all.
Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami and other ministers and MLAs are set to participate in the function to be held on March 1
“We were staging the protest round-the-clock in the initial days before restricting the time from morning to evening.
He alleged that groups like Popular Front of India (PFI) have received crores of rupees as funds for instigating violence during CAA protests.
Over 1.5 lakh people marched, shouted slogans and held a public meeting here on Monday to condemn the alleged anti-constitutional decisions of the Central Government.