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JNU students clash: Nation wont progress with hooliganism in colleges, says Delhi CM

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JNU Conflict row: Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal mentioned on April 14 that nation couldn’t ever progress if there shall be clashes and hooliganism in colleges and colleges.

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JNU College students clash update: Nation couldn’t ever progress if there shall be clashes and hooliganism in colleges and colleges, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal mentioned on Thursday, April 14, 2022. The National Capital CM mentioned this whereas he modified into as soon as reacting to the April 10 JNU violence. Two groups of students clashed at the school’s Kaveri Hostel on Sunday allegedly over serving of non-vegetarian meals on Ram Navami in the mess, with police asserting 20 students had been injured in the violence.

Delhi CM’s tell on the clash

“Kids scamper to search in colleges and colleges and simplest study must occur at these locations. If study occur, simplest then will the nation progress,” mentioned Delhi CM Kejriwal on the sidelines of an event here when asked referring to the violence at the college.

“If there shall be clashes and hooliganism, the nation will no longer progress,” he added.

The 2 students groups on Monday lodged police complaints towards every plenty of, whereas varsity authorities claimed the violence took place after some students objected to a ‘hawan’, an assertion additionally made by RSS-affiliate ABVP. The Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) administration additionally warned students of disciplinary motion in the event that they had been came across indulging in any get of violence on campus. 

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