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Posted at: Jan 11, 2018, 12:39 AM; last updated: Jan 11, 2018, 12:39 AM (IST)

JNUSU office-bearers called for enquiry over ‘demonstration’

New Delhi, January 10

JNUSU office-bearers have been called for proctorial enquiry after they, along with students, tried to meet the Vice-Chancellor to revoke compulsory attendance decision, which the varsity termed as a "protest demonstration" in "violation" of a Delhi High Court order.

Last year, the Delhi High Court ruled that students cannot protest within 100 m of the administration building on the campus of JNU.

On January 4, a large number of students, led by the JNUSU, had gone to meet the Vice-Chancellor to submit a memorandum, carrying over 2,000 signatures, against the compulsory attendance move by university. — PTI


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