Rs 30,000 fine for protesting, dismissal for violence… JNU orders action to students IG News

The famous Jawaharlal Nehru University in Delhi has seen a lot of clashes between student unions in recent times. Clashes between the left-wing student body and the right-wing ABVP body turned into protests and subsequent incidents of violence.

Clashes between students have kept the university campus in a state of tension, causing concern among academics. In this case, the JNU University administration has issued a new order to the students. The administration has issued a 10-page order for JNU students to adhere to. According to the order, fines ranging from Rs 20,000 to Rs 30,000 will be imposed on students or groups involved in dharna protest in the university.

Similarly, it has issued a strict order that students inciting incidents of violence will be expelled from the college. Similarly, it is also a crime to engage in activities like writing and drawing insulting words in the hostel rooms, the administration said. The notification said that this regulation came into effect from February 3.

Earlier, a protest by student organizations over the telecast of a BBC documentary on the Gujarat riots turned violent. Students from Tamil Nadu were also injured in the clash between the ABVP organization and the left-wing organization regarding Chhatrapati Shivaji’s birthday celebrations. This has drawn a lot of criticism, following which the JNU administration has announced this new move.

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