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ABVP writes to JNU administration over 'anti-Bharat' slogans on campus

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Oct 02, 2023 08:03 AM IST

ABVP has also demanded that administration take immediate action to identify those responsible and fix accountability for not being able to stop such cases.

The RSS-affiliated Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad on Sunday said it has written to the Jawaharlal Nehru University administration for an inquiry into a recent incident of "anti-national" slogans being scribbled on the walls in the campus.

The administration painted the walls clean on Sunday morning after it was brought to its notice and photos of the walls went viral. (Twitter)
The administration painted the walls clean on Sunday morning after it was brought to its notice and photos of the walls went viral. (Twitter)

The students' outfit has also demanded that the administration take immediate action to identify those responsible and fix accountability for not being able to stop such cases.

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"Being a student organisation, we are gravely concerned about the frequent anti-Bharat slogan-writing incidents on the JNU campus. Yesterday, some students captured pictures of slogans like 'Indian-Occupied Kashmir', 'Free Kashmir', 'Bhagwa Jalega', etc. on the School of Languages building wall," the letter read.

The administration painted the walls clean on Sunday morning after it was brought to its notice and photos of the walls went viral, Vikas Patel, ABVP secretary for JNU, told PTI.

The students' body has demanded that the chief security officer of JNU should be held responsible for failing to prevent such cases.

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