ABVP AISA Stage Protests Over Jadavpur University Incident In North Campus

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The ABVP protested at North Campus on Saturday against the heckling of Union minister Babul Supriyo at Jadavpur University while Left students outfit staged demonstrations against the vandalism at the campus by alleged ABVP workers.

The RSS-affiliated Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) burnt effigies and shouted slogans against the “violence” of Left.The students demonstrated at the arts faculty and condemned the incident in Kolkata as “Leftist terror”, ABVP said in a statement.

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The All India Students Association (AISA) and other Left outfits also protested at North Campus against “hooliganism” by Babul Supriyo and the ABVP at Jadavpur University.

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Babul Supriyo, had gone to attend a programme by the ABVP at Jadavpur University, was heckled by a section of students who also stopped him from leaving the campus.

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ABVP members allegedly vandalised the room of the arts faculty students union, ransacked shops and an injured many students.Newly-elected Delhi University Students’ Union president Akshit Dahiya demanded that the President’s rule be implemented in West Bengal.

“When a minister is not safe in West Bengal, how can the common students be safe.There should be an ideological surgical strike across universities against Left terror.” Dahiya said.

“From JU to DU, wherever there is a strong students’ voice against BJP government’s anti-people and anti-student policies, the BJP government unleashes an all-out attack on campus democracy,” the Left outfit said.

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Shivam Malhotra
A social media enthusiast who is in love with this digital world! Wrote the first article for DU Express in May 2016.

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