Police complaint over ‘ISIS slogans’ in DU

The complaint was filed by DUSU secretary Ankit Singh Sangwan, also an ABVP member.

By: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published:May 28, 2017 2:04 am

Delhi Police Saturday said they have received a complaint from a Delhi University student who claimed to have seen “ISIS slogans” on a wall on campus. “A complaint has been received, we are examining it,” DCP (north) Jatin Narwal said. The complaint was filed by DUSU secretary Ankit Singh Sangwan, also an ABVP member.

The complaint, addressed to SHO, Maurice Nagar, states: “Students from Delhi School of Economics alerted me about objectionable slogans on the wall of the commerce department. When I went there, I saw ‘I am SYN ISIS’, which implies support for ISIS. The building also had ‘Justice for Naxals’, ‘AFSPA’, ‘Azadi’ and text in a language I couldn’t understand. I request you to take strict action against the culprits and to get the walls painted.”

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  1. C
    May 28, 2017 at 5:30 pm
    No CC cameras on the campus??? Shame on you guys dogs are better than you as they are more loyal to their people who feed them. Jaihind
    1. V
      May 28, 2017 at 5:28 pm
      Send rajiv hi , Sitaram Yechuri and Kejriwal along with Mamta to catch the culprits
      1. R
        May 28, 2017 at 1:59 pm
        What is wrong if someone writing Azadi? or naxals? or ISIS on a wall? How is it construed as Anti National? Here there is a well planned nexus of RSS to paint their opponents and slap them with criminal cases to control the educational ins utions where the future thinkers / leaders are molded. An RSS/ABVP worker can write those words / or shout slogans in a student procession, then either starts fights in side the campus or complain to police and get the opposition party students jailed. If anyone party should be banned and punished then it is none other than RSS and its all affiliate organisation syndicate.
        1. H
          May 28, 2017 at 3:37 pm
          Go and write in stan. Just try in US and see. You will say India is Heaven.
        2. T
          May 28, 2017 at 11:21 am
          Chinese agent Tootharam Bechury will get money for this. His partner will attack Modi more to get additional funds from China
          1. A
            Abhishek Bharti
            May 28, 2017 at 10:42 am
            I wonder what goes on in these temples of education. Strict action only. ISIS support can not be taken lightly.
            1. K
              krishna kumar
              May 28, 2017 at 9:27 am
              DU is hotbed of militancy related ideology. In the past many such cases had come to notice, but authorities concerned, looked the other way. The result is that today it's campus is used for anti India activities. Surprisingly many politicians give their tacit approval and stand with such elements. No wonder we have there pro ISIS, Pro stan , Pro Naxal and anti national elements there. Is this a educational ins ute or an anti India university ? Can we do something to clean it of all soch anti national elements?
              1. B
                May 28, 2017 at 2:51 pm
                "yeh misra kaash naqshe her dar-o deewaar ho jaye, jise jeena ho marne ke liye tayyar ho jaye" ( this message should be written on every wall that those who want to live must be ready to die ).
              2. L
                l s
                May 28, 2017 at 8:38 am
                Take very stringent and strong action to nip the trouble in the bud, or else face problems for the next few months. Raja's , Yechuri's are out to create problems.
                1. V
                  Vijay V
                  May 28, 2017 at 8:36 am
                  Rashtriya Ashiksha Sangh may be planning to destroy or close DU also now. JNU which was 3rd highest ranking university in the country and famous throughout the world. Instead of learning from open and debate-oriented culture of JNU which made it the cream of country, we brought it down beyond repair because Ashiksha Sangh's people could not put its people in its students union. Pity politics on the cost of country. The people who raised anti-india slogans in JNU were never identified or arrested, instead some other people were arrested and blamed for the slogans that they never raised. Is it any difficult for any organization to puts its own people in a gathering, raise anti-india slogans, and then blame the gathering organizers for it. If that was not the case in JNU, then the exact people who raised the anti-india slogans would have been identified and arrested by now. But that will never happen. Time to repeat same politics in DU also, and destroy one more prestigious ins ute.
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