New Delhi: Near per week after a conflict broke out in a Jawaharlal Nehru College hostel, saffron flags had been seen exterior the campus together with “Bhagwa JNU” posters on Friday.
On April 10, a scuffle was reported between two scholar teams, Left activists and ABVP members, at JNU allegedly over serving non-veg meals throughout Ram Navami.
In accordance with information company PTI, the Hindu Sena has put up posters and saffron flags close to the principle gate of the JNU and surrounding areas.
It additionally warned of “stringent steps” if there’s an “insult to saffron”.
Claiming duty, Hindu Sena chief Vishnu Gupta stated that the posters studying “Bhagwa (saffron) JNU” have been put up by the right-wing outfit’s nationwide vice-president Surjit Singh Yadav.
Citing a video circulated on WhatsApp, PTI quoted Vishnu Gupta as purportedly saying, “Saffron is being insulted within the JNU campus frequently. We need to warn those that are doing this. Mend your methods. We cannot tolerate this.”
“We respect your ideology and each faith. Insult to saffron is not going to be tolerated and we’d take stringent steps,” he added within the video.
In regards to the Sunday scuffle between two scholar teams at JNU, the college administration stated that no violence shall be tolerated on campus and warned the scholars from getting concerned in any incident which disturbs peace and concord on campus.
The 2 teams have claimed that over 60 college students from either side had been injured.
The JNU College students’ Union (JNUSU) alleged that Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad members stopped college students from consuming non-vegetarian meals within the hostel mess and “created a violent environment”.
However, the right-wing ABVP denied the cost and claimed that “Leftists” obstructed a puja programme organised on the hostel on Ram Navami.
Supply of Union Schooling Ministry informed information company ANI that the Ministry on Monday took notice of unrest in Jawaharlal Nehru College Campus and directed the administration to submit particulars of your complete incident.
Newly-appointed Vice-Chancellor Prof Santishree Dhulipudi Pandit on Wednesday stated that JNU is a nationalist establishment and never “Tukde-Tukde” as perceived earlier.
(With Company Inputs)