The Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) activists were cane charged by the police when they attempted to stop the vehicle of Maharashtra minister Abdul Sattar to demand the postponement of underground expenses due to the COVID-19 epidemic.
A police official said, the protesters attempted to block the minister’s vehicle so the police cane-charged them.
The incident occurred when the minister(animal husbandry) was going on at the district collectorate’s office in Dhule. Police kept six people for a short period. After the minister left the area they were released.
Sattar, then, said that he told the protesters that he was ready for an exchange. They said that they were not wearing masks that were not proper. If someone was beaten by the police without any reason than He guaranteed an investigation
The protestors of ABVP activists submitted a notation to Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal, encouraging him to lessen university fees due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
ABVP has also pleaded for an installment-based fee payment selection after the deduction in entire fees by abstaining needs approximating to the hostel, utilities, and other related payments until the pandemic subsides, the ABVP explained in a proclamation.
Ahead, ABVP had requested the union ministry of Law and Justice to lessen fees at different national law universities.
Nidhi Tripathi, public general secretary of the ABVP stated that a few IIMs, NITs, polytechnic establishments, colleges, and private schools have seen steep charge climbs.
The lead of such varsities is dishonest and inexcusable considering the proceeding financial difficulties. While ABVP has been fomenting against the ridiculous fee-hike at Punjab University, agreement driven, uniform approach rules and mandates have gotten basic to rapidly resolve the charge related difficulties harassing India’s enormous understudy network.