The Delhi University Hindu College terminated its 15 students for economic fraud during the annual cultural festival, Mecca’23. Therefore, 27 other opposing, students alleged on Wednesday.
The college hosted its annual fest on April 27 as well as 28. Officials said that notices were given to around 40 students, out of which two students obtained notices for both counts. However, we only know of 30 students who acquired the notice said a student, requesting anonymity.
The notice marked by the principal, dated May 4 but the students alleged that they only obtained them on May 8. The principal of Hindu College did not react to questions regarding the issue.
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Around 27 students acquired notice for gross mischief and extremely improper manners during the protest. While 15 students obtain notice for “financial hoax or cheating” during the fest.
On April 20, we protested because they desired to decrease the number of days for the fest. We opposed it as the principal declined to talk to us. Students made a chain around her so that she would speak to us. However, they called the police after which the student felt sorry. The matter settled and Mecca was executed said another student.
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The students alleged that neither did the college start an inquiry nor ask for a justification before taking such acts. “Protest is our democratic right but without an investigation, they inflicted a ₹10,000 penalty,” said a third student. As per the two notices, students have to give the fine by May 12.
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The notice given to students for financial fraud said that many dealers opposed in front of the principal’s office on April 27 and 28. They alleged great financial fraud by the student-organized dealers complained. They charged exorbitantly for placing up stalls and a hefty loss incurred by them.
Meanwhile (ABVP) directed a protest on Wednesday evening and requested the college to revoke the notices. The Delhi University Hindu College authority should immediately revoke the judgment to adjourn the students and foist the penalty, said the ABVP Delhi state minister.