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JNU Students Defy Section 144, March To Parliament

New Delhi: Demanding full rollback of the hostel payment hike, the Jawaharlal Nehru College College students’ Union (JNUSU) on Monday carried out a march to Parliament, because the winter session begins.

“It’s a way to appeal to lawmakers to fight on our behalf inside the floor of the house,” says JNUSU.

As lots of of scholars tried to march, barricades have been put in place by Delhi Police and a large deployment of personnel was strengthened across the JNU campus. Part 144 was imposed and prohibitory orders have been additionally put in place.

With posters in arms and chanting anti-fee hike slogans, lots of of scholars marched on the streets of the nationwide capital. This even because the Schooling Secretary earlier addressed their concern by a partial roll again and on Monday saying a brand new committee, which is able to open dialogue with the scholars.

The JNU has been rocked with protests and vandalism allegedly by college students, with graffiti painted on Vice Chancellor’s workplace and the Dean held hostage.

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