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Students, Staff from Warwick, Cambridge, LSE Show Solidarity With Anti-CAA Protests

They have also supported students at Jamia Millia Islamia and Aligarh Muslim University.

New Delhi: Staff and students from three United Kingdom universities – Warwick University, the London School of Economics and Cambridge University – have joined the myriad voices from academic spaces across the world voicing their dissent against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act.

They have also shown their solidarity with students in Jamia Millia Islamia and Aligarh Muslim University, whose protests were were violently clamped down on by the police.

“The peaceful and non-violent demonstrations by students have been met with extraordinary police violence, particularly in Jamia Millia Islamia and Aligarh Muslim University, with recent reports from established media sources indicating that police and paramilitary forces entered university campuses and hostels by force and brutally attacked students. As a consequence, hundreds of students have been injured, some very seriously. Such police action contravenes both the Constitution of India as well as internal human rights laws. We call for an immediate end to state-led violence and for proper action to be taken against the perpetrators of it,” 50 students, staff and alumni from Warwick University have said.

They have also demanded that the “immoral” Act be revoked.

Close to 200 students and staff from the London School of Economics and Political Science have supported their colleagues in Warwick and endorsed their statement.

“The Citizenship (Amendment) Act, passed by the Indian Parliament on December 12, 2019, accords the right to religious minorities from Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan in acquiring Indian citizenship. By the same token, it directly excludes Muslims from the process. Combined with the expanding reach of the National Register of Citizens, this amounts to a virtual denial of citizenship based on religion and represents a complete negation of the ideals of equality and secularism that are an essential part of the Constitution of India. We join students and citizens all across India in support of their demand that this immoral law be abrogated at the earliest,” the statement says.

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Scholars, students and alumni at Cambridge University organised a protest and released a statement. Protesters read from the Indian constitution, as a reminder of what the country stands for.

“Coupled with the ​recently concluded exercise in compiling a ​National Register of Citizens (NRC) in Assam​, which rendered 1.9 million people stateless, the Citizenship Amendment Act raises extremely serious concerns. Although the Bill has been passed by the Parliament, it is clear that this is in contravention of ​Article 14 of the Indian Constitution​, which guarantees “​equality before the law or the equal protection of the laws within the territory of India”. This move adds to the ​persecution and repression of minorities in India in recent years under the Modi-led BJP government,” the statement endorsed by more than 100 people says.

They have also supported the ongoing protests against the Act and against police action.

Previously, students and workers had protested in London against the CAA. The protest was organised by students from SOAS.

The full text of both the letters has been reproduced below:

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Statement from Cambridge against NRC, CAA and in support of student protests in India

We, scholars, students, and alumni of the University of Cambridge, are aggrieved at the recent brutal police crackdown on the all-India student protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) 2019 in India . The CAA seeks to amend the Citizenship Act of 1955, to make ‘illegal’ migrants who are Hindus, Sikhs, Buddhists, Jains, Parsis and Christians from Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Pakistan, who entered India on or before 31 December 2014, eligible for Indian citizenship. This effectively excludes Muslims from seeking a similar route to Indian citizenship.

Coupled with the recently concluded exercise in compiling a National Register of Citizens (NRC) in Assam , which rendered 1.9 million people stateless, the Citizenship Amendment Act raises extremely serious concerns. Although the Bill has been passed by the Parliament, it is clear that this is in contravention of Article 14 of the Indian Constitution , which guarantees “ equality before the law or the equal protection of the laws within the territory of India”. This move adds to the persecution and repression of minorities in India in recent years under the Modi-led BJP government.

We wholeheartedly support the protests against The Citizenship Amendment Act ongoing across various universities in India – Aligarh Muslim University, Jamia Millia Islamia, Jawaharlal Nehru University, Jadavpur University, Delhi University, among others. It is horrifying to learn about the brutality with which the police have clamped down on these campuses, including the use of tear gas in libraries and student halls. As scholars, students, and alumni of Cambridge, we strongly condemn this reprehensible attack on dissent. We stand in solidarity with students protesting the wearing down of the secular fabric of India.

Signed:

1. Rohit Dutta Roy, PhD student, Faculty of History
2. Trishant Simlai, PhD student, Department of Geography
3. Rashmi Singh, PhD student, Department of Sociology
4. Srimati Ghosal MPhil. South Asian Studies.
5. Shuvatri Dasgupta, PhD student, Faculty of History
6. Arushi G K Majha, PhD student, Department of Chemistry
7. Sagnik Dutta, PhD student, Department of Politics and International Studies
8. Abhijit Banare, MPhil student, Department of Politics and International Studies
9. Asiya Islam, Junior Research Fellow, Newnham College
10. Sinayat Mahzabeen, PhD student, Department of Pharmacology
11. Amoghavarsha Mahadevegowda, Research Associate, Clare College
12. Salmoli Choudhuri, PhD student
13. Howard Chae, MPhil, Magdalene College
14. Jinal Dadiya, Sidney Sussex College
15. Shruti Kapila, Faculty of History and Fellow, Corpus ChristI College
16. Tanvi Bhatkal, PhD student, Department of Geography
17. Sayali Thube, MPhil student, Modern South Asian Studies .
18. Nabila Idris, PhD candidate, Centre of Development Studies
19. Yogita Bangar, MPhil student, Institute of Criminology
20. Arya Thampi, Research Assistant, Department of Physics
21. Meghna Nag Chowdhuri, PhD student, Faculty of Education
22. Merve Sancak, alumna, Darwin College
23. Surabhi Ranganathan, Faculty of Law and King’s College
24. Nandini Mitra, alumna, King’s College
25. Callie Vandewiele, PhD, Newnham College 2018
26. Akshyeta Suryanarayan, Department of Archaeology
27. Poonam Sharma, MPhil, South Asian Studies
28. Kavana Ramaswamy, PhD Candidate (Law), Wolfson College
29. Philip Luther-Davies, PhD student, Hughes Hall
30. Divya Venkatesh, PhD, Queens’ College
31. Hanna Danbolt Ajer, PhD candidate in Linguistics, Trinity Hall
32. Mahvish Ahmad, Alumni (PhD Sociology, Robinson College)
33. Arsalan Ghani, Cambridge Marxist Society
34. Partha Pratim Shil, Junior Research Fellow, Trinity College
35. Ian Wang, alumni, Corpus Christi College
36. Jun Pang, alumni, St. John’s College
37. Aditi Patil, Alumna, Wolfson College, LLM – 2018
38. Aditya Balasubramanian, PhD, Trinity College, 2019
39. Rajnandini Mukherjee, MASt in Applied Mathematics, St Edmund’s College
40. Ananya Mishra, PhD candidate in English, Corpus Christi
41. Arif Naveed, PhD Education, Jesus College 2019
42. Julia Hayes, PhD Education, Lucy Cavendish College
43. Titiksha Mohanty, Alumna, LLM, Girton College
44. Anjaneya Das, Alumnus, LLM, Wolfson College
45. Jessica A. Fernández de Lara Harada, PhD Candidate, Centre of Latin American
Studies
46. Uttara Shahani, postdoctoral fellow, Faculty of History
47. Sampurna Mukherjee, PhD student, Lucy Cavendish College, Department of
Biological Sciences
48. Angana Das, MPhil Student, Faculty of Education
49. Kanwar Nain Singh, PhD Applied Mathematics, Homerton College
50. Ramana Kumar, PhD, Peterhouse, 2015
51. Saumya Saxena, British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow, Faculty of History
52. Devi Chakrabarti, PhD Student, Department of Social Anthropology
53. Ananth Kumar, PhD, Churchill College
54. Nazia Jassim, PhD student, Newnham College
55. Aditi Tandale, PhD student, Newnham College
56. Andrew Jones, Post-doc Biochemistry Department
57. Nidhi Singal, Faculty of Education, Hughes Hall
58. Nikita Garg, LLM student, Faculty of Law, Robinson college
59. Richard Drayton, Corpus Christi College, Cambridge.
60. Marc Michael, Peterhouse Alumnus, Beirut.
61. Ali Meghji, Lecturer in Sociology, Cambridge
62. Sana Aiyar, Jesus College alum, 2003, Associate Professor of History, Massachusetts
Institute of Technology, USA
63. Sazana Jayadeva, Alumnus, Department of Social Anthropology
64. Rohit Singh Pathania, Department of engineering
65. Arathi Sriprakash, Faculty of Education
66. Vaibhav Bhardwaj, PhD, Magdalene 2016
67. Charu Singh, JRF, Darwin College, Cambridge
68. Siddharth Soni, PhD English, St Edmunds
69. Smriti Khemka, PhD student, Faculty of Education
70. Shreyashi Dasgupta, PhD student, Centre of Development Studies, Girton College
71. Garima Sahai, PhD student, Department of Sociology
72. Zehra Kazmi, MPhil in English, Peterhouse (2017-18)
73. Vanya Lochan, MPhil in Modern South Asian Studies, Selwyn College (2017-18)
74. Arjun Ashoka, PhD in Physics, Trinity Hall
75. Anshul Avijit, PhD, King’s College
76. Sakshi, PhD Candidate, Department of Land Economy, Newnham College
77. Arjun Vijeta, PhD in Chemistry, St. John’s College
78. Anora Sandhu, MPhil Criticism & Culture, Christ’s College
79. Guneet Malik, MBA, Judge Business School and Sidney Sussex College
80. Nishant Gokhale, St. John’s College, PhD Candidate (Law)
81. Natalie Jones, Research Associate, Centre for the Study of Existential Risk
82. Brunella Torricelli, PhD Candidate, Centre for Mathematical Sciences
83. Ritima Das, alumni postdoctoral research associate, department of Earth sciences.
84. Rajesh Kumar Bhagat, postdoctoral research associate at the Department of Applied
Mathematics and Theoretical Physics
85. Sundeep Vema, PhD student, Chemistry
86. Mohammad Raza Haider, MPhil in Assyriology, Fitzwilliam College
87. Akhila Yechury, Alumni (PhD, 2011), Lecturer, University of St Andrews
88. Subbulakshmi S, PhD student, Medical Sciences.
89. Lakshmi Bose, PhD Candidate, Faculty of Education
90. Aswathy Girija, PhD Student in Physics, Churchill College
91. Dilip M Menon, PhD in History Trinity College
92. Partha Pratim Chakraborty, St Edmund’s College
93. Sarthak Malhotra, PhD student, Department of Social Anthropology
94. Kanupriya Sharma, PhD student, Institute of Criminology, Pembroke College
95. Biswanath Ghosh Dastidar, Higher Clinical Fellow, Cambridge University Hospital
96. Mahdi Chowdhury, MPhil in World History, Fitzwilliam College
97. Dilar Dirik, PhD Sociology, Lucy Cavendish College
98. Nadia Abdel-Halim, MPhil in Psychology and Education, Homerton College
99. Mrinalini Venkateswaran, PhD candidate, Faculty of History
100. Arastu Sharma, PhD Engineering Student, Jesus College, Cambridge
101. Kaleemullah khan, PhD Biotechnology, Islamiah College Vaniyambadi
102. Dr. Mishka Sinha (PhD, 2012), Research Associate St. John’s College, Oxford
103. Varun Warrier, Junior Research Fellow, St. Catharine’s College, Cambridge
104. Charlie Readman, PhD Nanotech, Churchill College, Cambridge
105. Rebekah Lyndon, MPhil World History, Newnham College
106. Chris Moffat, Alumnus (PhD History, 2014, Gonville & Caius), Lecturer at Queen Mary
University of London
107. Komal Gupta, PhD student, Pembroke College
108. Sam Leggett, PhD Student, Newnham CollegeJoe Isaacs, MPhil World History, 2019,
St Catharine’s College

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We staff and students at the London School of Economics and Political Science, join the staff and students at Warwick University UK, and stand in solidarity with all students and colleagues in India who are engaged in protests against the discriminatory Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019. We believe that the right to dissent, protest and demonstrate are fundamental rights integral to all democracies. Articles 19 (1) (a) and 19 (1) (b) of the Indian Constitution explicitly state that the right to protest is a fundamental right. Such a right is safeguarded in international human rights conventions as well.

The peaceful and non-violent demonstrations by students have been met with extraordinary police violence, particularly in Jamia Millia Islamia and Aligarh Muslim University, with recent reports from established media sources indicating that police and paramilitary forces entered university campuses and hostels by force and brutally attacked students. As a consequence, hundreds of students have been injured, some very seriously. Such police action contravenes both the Constitution of India as well as international human rights laws. We call for an immediate end to state-led violence and for proper action to be taken against the perpetrators of it.

The Citizenship (Amendment) Act, passed by the Indian Parliament on December 12, 2019, accords the right to religious minorities from Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan in acquiring Indian citizenship. By the same token, it directly excludes Muslims from the process. Combined with the expanding reach of the National Register of Citizens, this amounts to a virtual denial of citizenship based on religion and represents a complete negation of the ideals of equality and secularism that are an essential part of the Constitution of India. We join students and citizens all across India in support of their demand that this immoral law be abrogated at the earliest.

  1. Dr. Mukulika Banerjee, Dept of Anthropology LSE
  2. Dr. Shakuntala Banaji, Dept of Media and Communications, LSE
  3. Dr. Taylor Sherman, Dept of International History LSE
  4. Dr. Rajesh Venugopal, Dept of International Development LSE
  5. Prof. David Lewis, Dept of Social Policy LSE
  6. Prof. Maitreesh Ghatak, Dept of Economics, LSE
  7. Prof. Chetan Bhatt, Dept of Sociology LSE
  8. Prof. Katy Gardner, Dept of Anthropology LSE
  9. Prof. Naufel Vilcassim, Dept of Management LSE
  10. Professor Sarah Banet-Weiser, LSE
  11. Dr Suzanne Hall, LSE
  12. Ruhi Khan, LSE
  13. Dr Patrick Mcgovern, LSE
  14. Prof Myria Georgiou
  15. Professor Fran Tonkiss, LSE
  16. Dr. Bingchun Meng, LSE
  17. Dr Peter Skrandies, LSE
  18. Professor Alnoor Bhimani, Dept of Accounting LSE
  19. Prof Jonathan Parry, Dept of Anthropology LSE
  20. Dr Sohini Kar, Dept of Internatonal Development LSE
  21. Prof Chris Fuller, Dept of Anthropology LSE
  22. Dr Nilanjan Sarkar, South Asia Centre LSE
  23. Dr. Sam Mejias, LSE
  24. Dr. Kate Meagher, Dept of Internaational Development LSE
  25. Dr Romola Sanyal, Dept of Geography, LSE
  26. Dr Omar Al-Ghazzi, Dept of Media and Communications LSE
  27. Dr. Ram Bhat, LSE
  28. Mr. Chris Finnigan, South Asia Centre, LSE
  29. Dr Rebecca Bowers, Dept of Anthropology LSE
  30. Dr Meghnaa Mehta, Dept of Anthropology LSE
  31. Dr Alpa Shah, Dept of Anthropology LSE
  32. Prof. Laura Bear, Dept of Anthropology LSE
  33. Dr Siva Thambisetty, Dept of Law LSE
  34. Dr Nicholas Evans Dept of Anthropology, LSE
  35. Zakaria Shafi, LSE Governor
  36. Meher Pandey, Department of Economic History, Undergraduate Student
  37. Sadia Sheeraz, Department of Social Policy, Undergraduate Student
  38. Christina Lauren, Department of Government, Undergraduate Student
  39. Morgan Fairless, Department of Government, Undergraduate Student
  40. Abid Zaidi, Department of Government, Undergraduate Student
  41. Leonie Zeuner, Department of Anthropology, Undergraduate Student
  42. Jasper Luithlen, Department of Anthropology, Undergraduate Student
  43. Nash Croker, Department of Government, Undergraduate Student
  44. Chloe White, Department of Law, Undergraduate Student
  45. Sushanta Subedi, Department of Social Policy, Undergraduate Student
  46. Chinyere Ogbue, Department of Sociology, Undergraduate Student
  47. Laura Zampini, Department of International Relations, Undergraduate Student
  48. Dylan Stevens, Department of Government, Undergraduate Student
  49. Eva Rana, Department of Government, undergraduate student
  50. Maitrai Lapalikar, Department of International Relations, Undergraduate Student
  51. Sana Shahzad, Department of Law, Undergraduate Student
  52. Ashley Layo Masing, Department of Sociology, Undergraduate Student
  53. Lucy Knight, Department of Government, Undergraduate Student
  54. Dhriti Manupriya, Department of Mathematics, Undergraduate Student
  55. Almas Talib, Department of Social and Cultural Psychology, Postgraduate student
  56. Jad Baghdadi, Department of International Relations, Undergraduate Student
  57. Anna Seifu, Department of Social Policy, Undergraduate Student
  58. Holly Harwood, Department of Government, undergraduate student
  59. Ines Söderström, Department of International Relations, Undergraduate student
  60. Carla McDonald Heffernan, Department of International History, Undergraduate Student
  61. George Baker, Department of Law, Undergraduate Student
  62. Maria Pavlovec, Department of Economic History, Undergraduate Student
  63. Eleanor Reeves, Department of International History, Undergraduate Student
  64. Aaron Lacey, Department of Social Policy, Undergraduate Student
  65. Grace Chapman, Department of International History, Undergraduate Student
  66. Jakob Franke, Department of Government, Undergraduate Student
  67. Eileen Gbagbo, Department of International Relations, Undergraduate Student
  68. Lauretta Garrard, Department of Social Policy, Undergraduate Student
  69. Isabella Pojuner, Department of Government, Undergraduate Student
  70. Colin Vanelli, Department of International History, Undergraduate Student
  71. Jack Siggs, Department of Sociology, Undergraduate Student
  72. Katy Miller, Department of Economic History, LSE Undergraduate Student
  73. Giulia Annaliese Paxton, Department of Anthropology, LSE undergraduate student
  74. Oyinda Yemi-Omowumi, Department of Sociology, Undergraduate Student
  75. Yasmina O’Sullivan, Department of Government, Undergraduate Student
  76. Chiara Fulvi, Department of Finance, Undergraduate Student
  77. Laura Dowling, Department of International Relations, Undergraduate student
  78. Sumer Singh, Department of Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method, Undergraduate Student
  79. Aran Banerjee, Department of Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method, Undergraduate Student
  80. Ankita Aggarwal, Department of Management, Undergraduate student
  81. Kishan Maher, Department of International Relations, Undergraduate Student
  82. Emmanuel Molding Nielsen, Department of Anthropology, Undergraduate Student
  83. Ella Roper-Marshall, Department of International History, Undergraduate Student
  84. Rajaa Saleem Sahgal, Department of Government, Undergraduate Student
  85. Aadil Khan, Department of Government, Undergraduate Student
  86. Daiya Dhillon, Department of Government, Postgraduate Student
  87. Lauren Darwent, Department of Government, Undergraduate Student
  88. Travis Yung-Hok, Department of Economics, Undergraduate Student
  89. Sian Hargadon, Department of Government, Undergraduate Student
  90. Sam Grainger, Department of International Relations, Undergraduate Student
  91. Tobias Leigh-Wood, Department of Economics, Undergraduate Student
  92. Marcela Zamora de la Pena, Department of Law, Undergraduate Student
  93. Ludovico Picciotto, Department of International Relations, Undergraduate Student
  94. Lola Fayokun, Department of Government, Undergraduate Student
  95. Emma Lyons, Department of International History, Undergraduate Student
  96. Aditi Tripathi, Department of Law, Undergraduate Student
  97. Sam Rowlands, Department of Government, Undergraduate Student
  98. Jessica Chan, Department of Anthropology, Undergraduate Student
  99. Nicola Young, Department of International Relations, Undergraduate Student
  100. Isra Saker, Department of International History, Undergraduate Student
  101. Syeda Tarin Pasha, Department of Government, Undergraduate Student
  102. Alex Morris, Department of Mathematics, Undergraduate Student
  103. Kainat Shafiq, Department of International History, Undergraduate Student
  104. Nazia Ismail, Department of Government, Undergraduate Student
  105. Maariyah Kadiri, Department of International History, Undergraduate,
  106. Aya Abdelwahed, Department of Law, Undergraduate Student
  107. Syeda Emaan Hassan, Department of Law, Undergraduate Student
  108. Nourshin Khan, Department of Social Policy, Undergraduate Student
  109. Abida Alam, Department of International History, Undergraduate Student
  110. Rania Putri, Department of Government, Undergraduate Student
  111. Ayesha Burney, Department of Government, Postgraduate Student
  112. Ella Holmes, Department of Government, Undergraduate Student
  113. Rumana Akther, Department of Social Policy, Undergraduate student
  114. Maryam Ahmad, Department of International History, Undergraduate Student
  115. Sahar Asif, Department of International History, Undergraduate student
  116. Jamal Mohamed, Department of Economic History, Undergraduate student
  117. Nawaz Ahmed, Department of Economic History, Undergraduate student
  118. Samira Ahmed, Department of Anthropology, Undergraduate Student
  119. Raihan Karim, Department of Philosophy, Undergraduate Student
  120. Hafsa Qureshi, Department of Sociology, Undergraduate Student
  121. Ju Min Jeong, Department of Anthropology, Undergraduate Student
  122. Aminah Nihal, Department of International Relations, Undergraduate Student
  123. Sabir Abdullahi, Department of Law, Undergraduate Student
  124. Mohammed Ashour, Department of Statistics, Undergraduate Student
  125. Samer Nayem Ullah, Department of Management, Undergraduate Student
  126. Aliza Mahmood, Department of Geography and Environment, Undergraduate
  127. Sheherbano Hanif, Department of International History, Undergraduate
  128. Syed Humza Ali, Department of Accounting, Undergraduate Student
  129. Lateef Bawendi, Department of Economics, Undergraduate Student
  130. Eza Arshad, Department of Economic History, Undergraduate Student
  131. Toby Antons-Jones, Department of Statistics, Undergraduate Student
  132. Martina Chow, Department of Government, Undergraduate Student
  133. Rida Tahir, Department of International Relations, Postgraduate, Student
  134. Faiso Kadiye, Department of International Relations, Undergraduate Student
  135. Max Marlow, Department of Government, Undergraduate Student
  136. Safaa Hassan, department of anthropology and law, undergraduate, student
  137. Mariam Farooq, Department of International Relations, Undergraduate
  138. Farhad Ahmed, Department of Accounting, Undergraduate Student
  139. Mohammed Altab, Department of Geography & Environment, Undergraduate
  140. Faraz Syed, Department of Philosophy, Undergraduate student
  141. Faraz Piracha, Department of Accounting, Undergraduate student
  142. Abdullah khan, Department of Philosophy, Undergraduate student
  143. Zain Hussain, Department of Statistics, Undergraduate student
  144. Yusuf Furkan, Department of Mathematics, Undergraduate student
  145. Jason Reed , Department of Government, Undergraduate Student
  146. Nathen Allen, Department of Government, Undergraduate Student
  147. Ranim Taha, Department of Anthropology, Undergraduate Student
  148. Zahra Khan, Department of Law, Postgraduate student
  149. Anisa Uddin, Department of International History, Undergraduate student
  150. Hallamund Meena, Department of Government, Undergraduate Student
  151. Bilal Mohammed Vahidy , Department of Social Policy, Undergraduate Student
  152. Liam Selsby, Department of Government, Undergraduate Student
  153. Sayma Uddin, Department of Economic History, Undergraduate Student
  154. Tanweer Siddique, Department of Government, Undergraduate Student
  155. Adnan Mansoor, Department of Accounting, Undergraduate Student
  156. Azher Chowdhury, Department of Mathematics, Undergraduate Student
  157. Saadia Sajid, Department of Law, Undergraduate Student
  158. Anna Kayani, Department of Government,Undergraduate Student
  159. Tasnim Jani, Department of Law, Undergraduate Student
  160. Zaynab Chowdhury, Department of Anthropology, Undergraduate Student
  161. Safiyya Abdul-Majib, Department of Geography,, Undergraduate Student
  162. Muhammad Rafay Butt, Department of Statistics, Undergraduate Student.
  163. Nafsin Uddin, Department of Anthropology, Undergraduate Student
  164. Kripa Vinda, Department of Economic History, Undergraduate Student
  165. Bareera Bullo, Department of Social Policy, Undergraduate Student
  166. Nuha Bazeer, Department of Health Policy, Postgraduate Student
  167. Taibah Al-Fagih, Department of International History, Undergraduate Student
  168. Iqra Butt, Department of International Relations, Undergraduate Student
  169. Mohsin Najafi, Department of Accounting, Undergraduate Student
  170. Mohammed Shihab Raihan, Department of Mathematics, Undergraduate Student
  171. Abdullah Raja, Department of Politics, Undergraduate Student
  172. Amin Rawlinson, Department of International Relations, Undergraduate Student
  173. Tasnia Uddin, Department of International History, Undergraduate Student
  174. Zeeshan Ashraf, Department of Mathematics, Undergraduate Student
  175. Eleanor Frost, Department of Government, Undergraduate Student
  176. Muaaz Mohammed, Department of Philosophy, Undergraduate Student
  177. Ines Pham, Department of International History, Undergraduate Student
  178. Holly Davies, Department of International History, Undergraduate Student
  179. Bilal Butt, Department of Accounting, Undergraduate Student
  180. Zubair Malik, Department of Mathematics, Undergraduate Student
  181. Beyza Karakoy, Department of Law, Postgraduate Student
  182. Mohammed Mahdi Uddin, Department of Mathematics, Undergraduate Student
  183. Muaz Chowdhury, Department of Mathematics, Undergraduate Student
  184. Adil Merchant, Department of Health Policy, Postgraduate Student
  185. Ahmed Majid, Department of Economic History, Undergraduate Student
  186. Fawaz Ahmad, Department of Economics, Undergraduate Student
  187. Walid Hasanzadeh, Department of Geography, Undergraduate Student
  188. Tsz Ching Ng, Department of Anthropology, Postgraduate Student
  189. Esmee Khan, Department of Social Policy, Undergraduate