JNU writes to VP against ‘violation’ of HC order by MPs, teachers reject charge

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The Jawaharlal Nehru University on Thursday kept in touch with the Vice President of India and the Lok Sabha Speaker whining against what it named an infringement of the High Court arrange by the two parliamentarians who participated in a challenge meeting at the varsity’s regulatory block.The varsity specialists contended that the dissent meeting was an infringement of the court arrange which had disallowed any sort of challenge inside 100 meter of the authoritative block.”The JNU organization keeps in touch with you with impressive trouble in regards to an occurrence today including good parliamentarians, which has abused request of decent High Court and guidelines and controls of JNU. “JNU Teachers Association (JNUTA) had welcomed MP Manoj Kumar Jha and Jitendra Choudhary for a challenge in the grounds, which is their popularity based right. In any case, what is stunning and startling is that JNUTA office bearers deluded the Members of Parliament and conveyed them to dissent at the organization building which has been denied by the High Court,” the varsity acting Registrar Ajay Babu wrote in his letter to the Vice President M. Venkaiah Naidu.However, the charges of infringement of the court arrange were expelled by the JNUTA, which called attention to that the request was intended to restrict understudies from dissenting at the managerial square and was never forced on the teachers.”There is no court arrange refusing JNUTA from such a gathering. By putting forth such a bogus expression – and getting somebody who isn’t even the Registrar to sign it, JNU VC is offending Parliament and the high protected workplaces to which the letter is tended to,” JNUTA Secretary Avinash Kumar told IANS.

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