JNU News: Attempt to invade parliament: Heavy Force Deployment: The Jawaharlal Nehru University in the capital, Delhi, has been raising concerns over hostel fees for the past few days. Three days ago, the statue of Swami Vivekananda on campus was destroyed by thugs.
Vivekananda writes in red with a statue of ‘saffron burnt’. ABVP leaders have alleged that it was written against the BJP at the Center. Meanwhile, JNU students have called for an invasion of parliament to protest the increase in fees in the university . As a result, a large number of security forces have been deployed outside the JNU.
About 1200 security personnel have been deployed on suspicion that the Parliament siege program could lead to tensions. Also on campus, Section 144 was imposed outside Parliament. The students were blocked by the police on their way to the siege of Parliament.
JNSU President Ashai Ghosh has been arrested. Students have been raising concerns since last week to protest the decision of the Varsity Executive Department to increase fees at JNU.
The JNSU has called for a siege of parliament, seeking to meet its demands as parliamentary winter meetings begin on Monday. JNU Visi Jagdish Kumar on Sunday said that students should stop protesting and focus on lessons as exams are approaching.
The government has appointed a high-level committee to discuss the demands of JNU students, Human Resources Ministry Secretary Subramanian said.
He said a three-member high-level committee has been appointed to discuss issues with the students and peacefully formulate a committee. Former UGC chairman PRO VS Chauhan, AICTE chairman Anil Sahasrabudde and UGC secretary Rajneesh Jain said the UGC would provide the necessary support.