The controversy that started against the increase in hostel fees at Jawaharlal University (JNU) is not being named. Now the university administration and the students’ union are face to face with hindrance in the process of new admissions. The administration on Saturday announced action against those students who disrupted the registration process. The JNU Students’ Union appealed to the students to boycott the registration process and join their movement against the fee hike. The ABVP condemned the incident.
Forcible work by entering office
The university administration accused the protesting students that they had crossed all limits of humility and discipline and made up their mind to harm the students studying. According to the university, on January 3, at 1 o’clock in the afternoon, some students forcibly entered the office of the Information Systems Center with a mask on their faces, they switched off the electrical switches, forcibly removed the technical staff there and shut down the servers. , Which completely disrupted the registration process.
Disciplinary action will be taken against the accused students
The university said that it would take disciplinary action against all those protesting students who had harmed thousands of students in this way. Unaware of the action, JNUSU appealed to its fellow students to boycott the registration process and not deposit the fees online.
ABVP against student movement
ABVP Delhi state minister Siddharth Yadav said, ‘Left Unity is running a false agenda in the name of student movement. ABVP’s JNU unit president Durgesh Kumar said, “There is a need to change this kind of dictatorship and anti-student attitude.” JNUSU has completely lost the direction of the student movement.