JNUTA says will write to PM, President against varsity VC
New Delhi: The JNU Teachers' Association (JNUTA) said on Friday it would write to the prime minister and the president, seeking their intervention to stop the alleged violation of the reservation policy by the varsity administration.
JNUTA president Sonajharia Minz alleged that the JNU has "slipped into a state of administrative authoritarianism" under Vice Chancellor M Jagadesh Kumar.
Minz alleged "democratic institutional practices created with care, and ordained by the university's Acts and Statutes, have been replaced with arbitrary and authoritarian functioning".
"In a letter, we would appeal to the President of India, the Prime Minister and the Union Minister for Human Resources and Development to look into the matter," she told reporters.