NEW DELHI: Delhi University’s Hindu College suspended 25 students for protesting a cultural celebration last month and 15 more for Mecca’23 fraud, students said Wednesday. Multiple students reported that two additional students were handed notices for protest and financial fraud.
PTI’s calls to college principal Anju Srivastava went unanswered. 42 students were notified by the college official. We contacted at least 30 students. “The notices for both kinds of offences mention suspension and fine, and the student will be barred from taking any post,” claimed a student who was handed a notice for protesting.
On April 27 and 28, the college held its Mecca festival. 25 students were warned for “gross misconduct and extremely inappropriate behaviour” during the protest. 15 pupils received “financial fraud or cheating” notices throughout the two-day event. Second-year Sanjay Godra (18) said he received both notices. I wasn’t on the organising committee. I protested MEECA’23. “I have no idea why I received both notices,” he stated. Students claim there was no disciplinary body or investigation before taking action. They fined us Rs. 10,000. How will students pay? Black law. Godra claimed the college did not investigate. According to PTI notices, pupils will be suspended and fined Rs 10,000 by May 12. After the administration allegedly requested that they shorten the three-day cultural fest to one on April 21, 100 students protested on campus.
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Some students followed the principal to her car as she left for an event. We were informed that only kids who followed the principal received notices. I was absent. “Several non-protesting students have been served notices,” added another student. The protesters’ notices claimed they impeded the principal’s path to a university meeting.
“You joined the rabble that blocked the campus gate(s). You blocked the ear again as the principal exited a resident’s gate and wanted to sit in the automobile. “You shouted humiliating slogans when the principal walked down to reach the meeting venue in time,” the warning read.
The warning called the “gross misconduct and extremely inappropriate” behaviour “acute embarrassment and humiliation to the college, in general, and to the principal.” You allegedly harmed college property. The other financial fraud notice states that a large group of stall vendors protested outside the principal’s office, alleging “financial fraud or cheating done on them by the student organisers of the two-day event”.
The notice stated, “The disgruntled group of vendors demanded a refund of their investment and threatened to halt the college’s Star Night mega-programme if the authorities did not comply.” “After much persuasion, you have now refunded some of the amounts; however, your activities of error and commission cannot be condoned,” it continued.
ABVP, an RSS-affiliated organisation, has asked the college to remove these notices. “The ABVP delegation has given a memorandum to the Hindu principal demanding that the decision to suspend and impose a monetary penalty on students involved in the democratic protest be withdrawn,” the ABVP said. The student group stated that democratic protest and proper demand are not crimes.