JNU Protest: Modi govt appoints three-member committee; Delhi metro affected

JNU students begin march towards Parliament

Delhi: Jawaharlal Nehru University Students march towards Parliament over their demand of complete fee roll back along with other demands.

Police stop students' march

According to reports, Police have stopped the students half a kilometer from the campus. Police have stopped JNU students at Ber Sarai road, not allowed to march ahead towards Parliament, reported news agency ANI.

Education Ministry appoints panel to initiate dialogue with protesting students

The Union HRD ministry has appointed a high-powered, three-member panel today to discuss and recommend measures to restore normalcy in the the Jawaharlal Nehru University.

The members on the panel are former UGC Chairman Professor VS Chauhan, AICTE Chairman Professor Anil Sahasrabudhe and UGC Secretary Professor Rajnish Jain.

"The above-said committee is requested to initiate dialogue with the students and the university administration immediately and submit recommendations on the action to be taken," said the Ministry order.

JNU students march to Parliament stopped by Police near Safdarjung Tomb. They are demanding complete fee roll back along with other demands.

Delhi Police PRO says they are trying to convince the students to not take law in their hands. 

HRD Ministry appoints a three-member commitee to restore normalcy in JNU 

Metro trains weren't stopping at Udyog Bhawan, Patel Chowk and Central Secretariat which is now restored. However, entry/exit gates for Lok Kalyan Marg are still closed and trains will not be halting at the station.

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