Protests Heat Up in Hindu College

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Various students from Hindu College have addressed the ongoing protests as they request the student body to continue the fight for the states of Kashmir and Assam.

The protests in Hindu college have not been organised by any single body but it is a collective effort of all the students who came forward to participate.Students have been seen doing sloganeering, chanting and leading marches around the college campus.

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While seeing this the administration has been disturbed and the Principal ordered dismissal of classes. A professor from English Department of the college, who was seen supporting the students was also ordered by the Principal to not indulge and instead help in dispersing the crowd. But PK Vijayan, the Professor resisted and even negotiated with the Principal to allow the students to protest in the Ibtida Lawns.

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Students alleged partiality as administration of the college gave permission to ABVP for the meeting inside the campus in support of Kashmiri Pandits while refused the application for preamble reading in the college.

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