We the undersigned express deep anguish and concern at the riot fomented by the ABVP cadres on a peaceful protest march on February 22 that began at Ramjas College and Delhi University North Campus.
The JNU Student Community is of the opinion that the Vice Chancellor and his office have made a mockery out of all ‘democratic’ procedures and modes of communication. They are only interested in spreading myths about democratic dialogue while being absolutely rigid and resolute to pursue their own agenda
The police was mute spectator save occasional attempts to drag away the assaulters and allowing them to come back again
This day, one year ago, the President of the JNU Students Union was arrested on the basis of blatantly false accusations, and sedition charges were slapped on him. The police indiscriminately raided hostels as the newly appointed Vice Chancellor and the Registrar had given a blank cheque to the Delhi […]
If this UGC Gazette Notification is implemented students from poor, oppressed and marginalized sections will disappear from the university spaces forever.
On this 13th February we ask all of you to come out on the streets, to say it out loud,
NO to institutionalized surveillance
YES to consent!
Let us all join together to reclaim our spaces!
It was here in Jind, Haryana that people appreciated the start of constructive politics through struggle for justice by young leaders from Jawaharlal Nehru University.