Speaking at Makar Sankranti celebrations organised by the BJP-backed National Democratic Teachers’ Front at DU’s Hansraj College, Singh said: “The whole world has accepted that a booming population is fatal (ghaatak) for a country’s development."
The Delhi High Court had on Tuesday rejected National Students’ Union of India (NSUI) leader Sunny Chillar’s petition for fresh elections, after Baisoya’s seat was vacated following his undergraduate degree being found fake.
Principal I S Bakshi said he was told by college guards, that two students of DSC (Evening) along with four guards, had jumped the college wall around midnight on Sunday to put a chain and lock on the room, and paste the notice.
The JNU Students’ Union, too, wrote to the V-C Thursday demanding that the recommendations be withdrawn, and the university go back to reinstating the Gender Sensitisation Committee Against Sexual Harassment (GSCASH).
After the student filed a complaint against her guide on April 12 this year, alleging she was “molested, sexually harassed and threatened” by her professor, the ICC last month called her complaint “frivolous” and recommended a series of punitive measures against her.
The alleged incident took place on November 6 when the lawyer, Veeraragavan Nandakumar, had gone to collect the ICC report on a sexual harassment case filed by his friend against a professor of the School of Social Sciences.