Consider our plight, says JNUSU in appeal to law makers
The Jawaharlal Nehru University Students Union (JNUSU) on Monday night shared a memorandum that it was supposed to submit to law makers in Parliament as an appeal from the varsity students. "The students of JNU cannot survive with the present structure of fees that are sought to be pushed down their throat. We urge you to consider our plight and endorse our demands," the JNUSU appealed in the memorandum.
'EmergencyinJNU' Trended on Top
Students took to Twitter to share pictures of the march and of the injuries they received allegedly in the lathicharge, as the hashtag "emergencyinJNU" trended on the microblogging site.
JNUSU appeals to MHRD to resolve crisis and help students
The Jawaharlal Nehru Union Students' Union (JNUSU) has appealed to the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) to prepare a new IHA manual in consultation with all students of the JNU and to reconsider the proposed hike in hostel and other fees as it would prove detrimental to the careers of many students.
JNUSU names Nov 18 as 'Black day'
In a statement and appeal to the students, the JNUSU said that November 18 will be remembered as a 'Black day' to commemorate the ordinary students that stepped to defend an affordable public education only to be "abused, roughed up and beaten up", but not defeated.
The statement also said that November 18 will be remembered as a historic day for all students and youth of the country, and also the Delhi police for its actions which are directly controlled by the Home Ministry as highly condemnable.
JNUSU reiterates its demands, calls the passing of the draft manual bill null and void
The JNUSU reiterated its demands, for an "immediate rollback of the illegally passed draft manual and fee structure, along with the declaration of the Inter-Hall Administration (IHA) meeting of October 28 as null and void."
Lok Sabha takes up JNU fee hike issue
The Lok Sabha has tekn up the JNU fee hike issue. BSP's Danish Ali, spoke on the issue as well. He condemned the police atrocities on young students.
Congress leader Saugata Roy speaks on JNU fee hike issue in Lok Sabha
Trinamool Congress leader Saugata Roy is speaking at the Lok Sabha over the issue of fee hike in JNU.
Delhi police registers FIR against protesting JNU students
The Delhi police has registered an FIR against JNU students protesting against the fee hike.
Cops say students climbed the barricades twice despite warning them about the prohibitory orders.