– Photo: Amar Ujala
Vasant Kunj (North) police station received three complaints on Wednesday in connection with the controversy surrounding viewing of the banned documentary India: The Modi Question at the JNU campus on Tuesday night. Two complaints have been filed by ABVP and one by AISA.
In this case, however, the police did not receive a PCR call on Tuesday evening and Wednesday. At the same time, the security of the JNU campus has been increased. The police deny that stones were thrown on campus. On the other hand, the Left student organization has again made a lot of fuss about showing the film.
Two complaints have been filed by ABVP, according to officials from the South West District Police Department. A complaint has been filed by former student union president IC Ghosh. IC Ghosh has filed a four-line complaint. A leftist student has been appointed MLC. MLC is all about the student not getting any internal injuries. No complaints have been received about stone bullets on campus. If rocks had been thrown, someone would have been hurt, but no one was hurt.
After the controversy, when the students came to the gate of JNU, the PCR stationed there was informed informally. The JNU administration also did not provide any information to the police. Despite this, JNU’s security has been increased.
Announcement from SFI
JNU students said on Wednesday they will re-show a BBC documentary on Prime Minister Modi, which the Indian government has rejected as propaganda. The general secretary of the Students’ Federation of India (SFI) said that they intend to show the documentary to the people of all states.
Saraswati Puja on Vasant Panchami in JNU today
The worship of Vasant Panchami will be organized on Thursday i.e. January 26 at Jawaharlal Nehru University campus. Saraswati Puja is organized by JNU’s Institute of Environmental Sciences. Every year in college, students perform Saraswati Puja on Vasant Panchami and receive blessings for the exam.