Hindu College Bus Stop Painted With ‘Mandir Nahi Banega,College Yehi Rahega’ As A Reaction To St Stephens Vandalisation

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In a surprising development during the DU’s exam season, the bus stop near Hindu College which is right opposite to St Stephens College has been painted with the slogan ‘Mandir nahi banega,College yahin rahega.Smash autonomy’.This comes after two days it was discovered that the chapel and cross at St Stephens College was vandalised with graffiti mentioning ‘Mandir Yehi Banega’.

The cross was painted with the slogan ‘I am going to hell’ written with an Om symbol on the top.

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Delhi Police hasn’t received any complaint in this matter from the college authorities.It was also alleged that the college started removing the slogan before it became a major point of discussion.

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Both the NSUI and ABVP have condemned this act with NSUI going further and accusing the right wing for this incident and alleging that this has been done keeping in mind the forthcoming DUSU elections.

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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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