JNU condemns anti-India, pro-Pakistan slogans, passes resolution against it
The Jawaharlal Nehru University Students Union on Friday passed resolution condemning raising of anti-India, pro-Pakistan at the varsity campus on February 9.
New Delhi: The Jawaharlal Nehru University Students Union on Friday passed resolution condemning raising of anti-India, pro-Pakistan at the varsity campus on February 9.
After police crackdown at JNU that led to massive outrage across the country, the council in a meeting today decided to pass a resolution demanding a thorough investigation and appealed to the JNU administration to desist from interfering with the due process of law.
"The JNUSU condemns the Anti-India and Pro-Pakistan sloganeering on campus in presence of JNUSU President and some other office-bearers. JNUSU also condemns them for not stopping such an act on spot and not filling any complaint against them with the JNU administration of the Police. This shows open complicity in this condemnable act," the resolution read.
Asserting that the incident had sent a wrong message to the entire nation, the students' council said that the 'attempt by a section of JNU community who interferes with the process of investigation is seen as an open support to the culprits of the event.
The resolution stated clearly that that the entire JNU disassociates themselves from such condemnable incidents and that they take responsibly to ensure that such incidents do happen in the future.
The JNUSU has also resolved to work in identifying, isolating and ensuring punishment for the 'subversive' elements that have brought disrepute to JNU.
"JNU has faced such crisis in past and its responsible teachers, students and Karamcharis have come together to overcome the crisis. Let us join hands and strengthen the glorious tradition of JNU," the resolution added.
Earlier today, JNU Students' Union president Kanhaiya Kumar's bail plea in the High Court was not be heard today.
(With ANI inputs)