The notice, dated January 8, was issued by Chief Proctor Kaushal Kumar Sharma to JNUSU president Geeta Kumari, vice-president Simone Zoya Khan, general secretary Duggirala Srikrishna and joint secretary Shubhanshu Singh.
In a similar incident, Dean Ved Kumari had, on December 1, 2017, lodged a complaint after the CPU of a computer that contained attendance details of all students was stolen from the Law Centre-1 office.
The family members said the father had asked the girl not to “spoil the family name” by talking to her distant relative. On Tuesday, the family claimed that the relative wanted to marry her — a request that the family steadfastly refused.
Dean of Colleges Devesh Sinha said, “I met Manish Sisodia a week ago. He asked for more names and we will be sending the list soon. The Election Commission had unanimously rejected the earlier panel, so we sent a list of 157 names to the government.”
Subramanian Swamy was supposed to deliver a talk on ‘Why Ram Mandir in Ayodhya’ at the Koyna Hostel. He was invited by the Vivekanand Vichar Manch – a group of 1o students, who had organized the event to “salute legendary fighter and martyrs” of the Ram Janmabhoomi movement.
The school, meanwhile, maintained it is cooperating with the police in their investigation. “Schools are refusing admission. They are saying there can be no admission after August 31. I had asked for academic refuge on compassionate grounds,” she said.
Girish Nath Jha, a professor from SCSS, said they had pushed for the conversion earlier as well, but were better prepared to present their case this time. “We have been given this chance to set up a world-class School.