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‘Govt should initiate prompt action against DU V-C for his misdeeds’

Whistles and slogans were raised at University of Delhi (DU) on Wednesday for removal of the varsity’s vice chancellor Dinesh Singh. Supporting the teachers and student’s march for the same, BJP North West Delhi MP Udit Raj and Aam Aadmi Party  (AAP) member of national executive committee Anand Kumar also joined the march.

BJP’s Udit Raj slammed DU VC for manipulating the circumstances into his favours and changing colours by having a cosmetic cleanliness drive by participating in Swachh Bharat Abhiyan launched by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He further said that government should initiate prompt action against the VC for his proven misdeeds, including the illegal and substandard Four Year Undergraduate Programme (FYUP) and the dubious appointments being made in violation of norms and regulations.

Large numbers of teachers, students and karamcharis came together to demand immediate action against the DU Vice Chancellor who has been found guilty of diverting over Rs 100 crore from the OBC Expansion Grant towards the four FYUP laptops which are still lying unused in colleges now.
Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) member of national executive committee Anand Kumar said that VC has injected corruption into higher education and government should take action against him at earliest and ensure justice.

Delhi University Teachers’ Association (DUTA) also claimed the member of the politburo of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) Sitaram Yechury had a meeting with the President of India and Visitor to DU, Pranab Mukherjee, in order to apprise him of the prevailing situation in DU and also presented him with the DUTA’s white paper.

‘While teachers have been denied regular appointments, pensions, promotions and the proper benefits of the government’s Reservation Policy, students are still reeling under the lack of infrastructure, withdrawal of Revaluation facility, ‘Special Chance’, an unfair Pass criteria and the disparity created by the Semester System,’ said Nandita Narain, DUTA president.
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