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Students allow selective entry into JNU administration block, slammed

The Jawaharlal Nehru University administration slammed the students who have blocked the University's Administration Building, after the latter expressed their willingness to selectively allow some employees to enter the building to work for only two days.

"The anarchy created by these students is amply reflected in the very title of their pamphlet that reads: "Important Notice" and signed as "Committee of Suspended Students," said a University official. "The students still want to decide how many days and how many employees they would allow, to the complete exclusion of the Vice-Chancellor M Jagadesh Kumar, Rectors and Registrar," he added.

The University alleged that the students are spreading lies that the Administration building is open for the functioning and that the V-C and other officers are not coming for work. The students have falsely claimed that employees are allowed to enter the building, the authorities said. The JNU Teachers' Association (JNUTA), meanwhile, has not yet opposed the occupation and blockade of the administration building. JNUTA president Ajay Patnaik claimed that his mails to the V-C are yet to receive a response.
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