JNUSU heightens protest, burns notice that asks them to lift sit-in
The Jawaharlal Nehru University Students Union (JNUSU) on Friday defied the JNU administration directive and carried on with their indefinite sit-in at the administration block.
Refusing to budge from their stated position, the students rejected the strict directive by the administration asking them not to protest at the administration block.
The students not only carried on with their indefinite sit-in but also burnt the circular issued by the administration to intensify their protest.
The JNUSU has stated categorically that vice-chancellor M Jagadesh Kumar has denied justice to Najeeb Ahmed and his family members and protected the ABVP students involved in physically assaulting Najeeb and targeted the JNUSU students.
The JNUSU students have demanded that owing to the biased stand adopted by the vice-chancellor, he must resign.
Rama Naga who has been one of the active student members in the protest said: “The administration led by the V-C is leaving no stone unturned to trouble us. They are now issuing us various notices so that they can spoil our image and make themselves righteous when they take action against us.”