BORDER WALL DESCENDS

A portion of the border wall descends at Deshbandhu College on Saturday afternoon due to excessive rains whipping the capital over the past two days. While students groaned about granulated infrastructure across DU colleges. The college authority on Sunday said that maintenance work became held up regularly. It attributed the incident to the heavy rainfall.

The SFI urged responsibility and called for reasonable action after the wall fell. The incident also harmed a few automobiles parked near it.

The cruel attitude of the DU authority about the state of infrastructure brought to the vanguard. Just days after a ceiling fan fell on pupils at Hansraj College. The border wall of South Campus’ Deshbandhu College tumbled after a spell of rain. These recurring happenings shed light and lift huge troubles over the state of college buildings all over DU.

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It also urged that the DU administration and other government authorities execute funds for the growth and care of infrastructure. We need college and university regimes to specify such dangerous facilities instantly. It ensures that such accidents do not occur further.

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Principal Kamal Gupta said that the college authority had already started the restoration. Its regular care was being held out. Gupta added that there was no funding problem in the college as far as infrastructural growth became concerned.

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“A quantity of the border wall descends around Saturday afternoon and some cars got harmed due to that. There is no matter with supervision whatsoever as we take ordinary steps. However due to the heavy rain that the wall fell,” Gupta said.

“Security of our institution has utmost significance and we have already stationed surveillance at the sensitive area. I have overseen the labor to start instantly and will also keep an emergent session with the building council. There has been no issue with budgets so far and we take routine care,” added Gupta.

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