JNUSU Delegation Meets With HRD Panel, Protest To Continue
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Delegation of 4 office bearers of the #JNUSU meets with #HRDMinistry panel. General Secretary of the students union, #SatishChandraYadav, says they were told their demands will be further recommended. Protest will continue inside campus until demands are met, he added#JNUprotest pic.twitter.com/im5inTfiHr— GoNewsIndia (@GoNews_India) November 20, 2019
Meanwhile, a bus full of JNU students, many of them visually challenged, who were heading towards Delhi Police Headquarters to protest against the lathi-charge on their colleagues, accuse the police of hijacking their bus and diverting it to Vasant Kunj.
The JNU Students’ Union has demanded that the HRD Ministry should intervene immediately and instruct the Vice-Chancellor to withdraw the draft hostel manual which was illegally passed on October 28. And, they said, if the Vice-Chancellor doesn't comply, then the HRD ministry should dismiss him. The Ministry has appointed a high power committee for discussion with students and administration for peaceful resolution of all issues in the University.
A bus full of #JNU students, many of them visually impaired, heading towards @DelhiPolice Headquarters to protest against the lathi-charge on their colleagues yesterday, accuse the #Police of hijacking their bus and diverting it to Vasant Kunj#JNUProtests pic.twitter.com/3DWGwFDdCx— GoNewsIndia (@GoNews_India) November 20, 2019