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JNU Clash: Uproar again in JNU, vandalizing portraits of leaders like CM MK Stalin Bale-Periyar, Karl Marx is condemnable

JNU Clash: Once again a big ruckus has started in Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU). ABVP and Left workers clashed on the occasion of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj’s birth anniversary. This matter is now taking its toll. Tamil Nadu CM MK Stalin has given a statement regarding this. MK Stalin said that universities are places not only for learning but also for discussion and debate. The cowardly attack on Tamil students by ABVP and vandalizing of portraits of leaders like Periyar, Karl Marx in JNU is condemnable. I demand strict action from the university administration.

I express my solidarity with the students – MK Stalin

TN CM MK Stalin said security personnel of JNU and Delhi Police have repeatedly remained mute spectators to the violence inflicted on students fighting for their rights and critical of the central BJP rule. I express my solidarity with the students and request the VC to initiate action against the culprits.

ABVP JNU social media convenor Kumar Ashutosh said that ABVP members placed Shivaji’s portrait in the JNUSU office. The leftists came there and removed all the pictures and threw the garland in the dustbin and then there was a fight. During this, 5-6 ABVP members were also injured.

ABVP workers said that Shivaji Maharaj’s portrait was pasted on the walls of the Student Activity Center on Sunday. ABVP activists allege that a group of Left activists reached here and ransacked it.

ABVP JNU secretary made these allegations

ABVP JNU secretary Umesh Chandra Ajmera said, “Today is the birth anniversary of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj. We had painted Shivaji Maharaj’s portrait on the walls outside the Student Activity Center as a tribute.” Speaking to ANI, Ajmera alleged, “But the ‘communists’ of JNU could not digest it. People of ‘100 Flowers Group’ and SFI came and vandalized the portrait of Shivaji Maharaj.”

He further alleged that some of those involved in the incident were also outsiders and had entered the college premises without permission. He said that when we asked the accused who were creating ruckus to stop, they said that we will do so, we do not believe in him (Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj), we only believe in Marxist and Leninist ideology.


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