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JNUSU Has Ulterior Motives, Fee Issue A Facade: ABVP Delhi Secretary

The left-led leadership has left no stone unturned in besmirching the Jawaharlal Nehru University, says Siddharth Yadav, Secretary, ABVP, Delhi

JNUSU Has Ulterior Motives, Fee Issue A Facade: ABVP Delhi Secretary
JNUSU Has Ulterior Motives, Fee Issue A Facade: ABVP Delhi Secretary
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2019-11-29T16:56:32+05:30

All student organisations are ­protesting under one banner. Why is the ABVP protesting separately?

Initially, we offered unconditional support to JNUSU and were under the same banner. But the protest took a different turn. Swami Vivekananda’s statue was vandalised; slogans were raised against Ram mandir and the revocation of Article 370. We realised that the fee hike issue was only a façade and there were ulterior motives to their protest.

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