Protests broke out at Delhi University’s Arts Faculty on January 27. Police incarcerated at least 24 students trying to screen the contentious BBC documentary on the 2002 Gujarat hoots.
Delhi University vice-chancellor Yogesh Singh on Monday declared that the varsity will confront the parents of pupils. Whosoever attempted to screen the BBC documentary India: The Modi Question on its opinions the prior week.
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Singh said that a seven-member panel was tasked with the role of retaining the law as well as the order. The varsity proposed its report on Monday heeding the protests that spewed at Delhi University’s Arts Faculty on January 27. Police confined at least 24 students trying to screen the controversial BBC documentary on the 2002 Gujarat riots.
The council, said Singh, instructed that as part of the investigation, they confront the students entangled in the matter as well as their parents. “The committee has introduced its report. They want to interact with the students as well as their parents to apprehend the cause behind their actions. I have permitted them to do so since any subsequent action of the university troubles the future of our students. We take essential action accordingly,” said Singh
The committee was led by DU representative Rajni Abbi. It also included the joint proctor, chief security officer, principals of Hansraj College and Kirorimal College, as well as professors from the department of commerce and social work. “We put forward our statement to the vice-chancellor on Monday. Now, the varsity will take steps as considered fit. We will move in line with the advice from the university,” said Abbi.
Disruptions, as well as marches, are being registered from universities across the country. Since the first episode of the two-part documentary was circulated last week on BBC-2 in the UK. The documentary on the 2002 Gujarat hoots, when PM Narendra Modi was CM of the state. It flashed a debate with the central government rejecting it as “propaganda” as well as a thought of a “colonial mindset.”
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