ABVP members refuse to boycott JNU exams as strike continues
New Delhi: As protests continued at Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) on Sunday, students from ABVP have refused to boycott the semester examinations that will start from December 12, according to sources.
With students planning and discussing the long march from the campus to Rashtrapati Bhawan on Monday, and submitting a letter to the President, question of examination that has created a crack between the students.
Speaking to Millennium Post, an MPhil student at JNU, who was also part of the discussion, on the condition of anonymity, said, "There was a meeting in our department over the examination boycott, where ABVP members said they would sit for the examinations."
The student added that an argument broke out between the students, where the majority said it would boycott the examinations. "The guy from ABVP made it clear, he will sit for it," he added.
Meanwhile, the Ministry of Human Right Development (MHRD) report has still not released, with questions being raised whether the authorities want "normalcy" inside the campus.
On asking why the MHRD delaying the report, JNU Teachers Association (JNUTA) President DK Lobiyal spoke to Millennium Post and said, "The report is mainly because MHRD has no reply to what committee action should be taken, but it seems if the ministry doesn't disclose the report, there is something that they might have said they do not want to implement."
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