ABVP activists on Monday read Hanuman Chalisa in a college in Rajasthan to protest against a student offering Namaz on the campus last week. After this slogans were also raised.
According to the information received, on November 12, a student offered Namaz in a college affiliated to Rajasthan University in Jaipur. Regarding which the college teacher had objected to offering Namaz in the campus. Now on Monday, activists of Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) recited verses of Hanuman Chalisa as a mark of protest after paying tribute to tribal freedom fighter Birsa Munda on his birth anniversary on the campus.
After these two incidents, now a new controversy has arisen in the college. Meanwhile, members of the National Students Union of India (NSUI) demanded that the teacher be suspended for raising such objections in the name of religion. NSUI district president Rajesh Choudhary said, “The teacher who raised the objection is associated with the RSS. The student was offering Namaz in the open field. It is wrong to harass anyone in the name of religion.
At the same time, ABVP state secretary Hoshiyar Meena said that they will not allow the corridors of education to get spoiled. He claimed that it was not only a college student but there were other people who were offering namaz on the campus, which cannot be tolerated.
Gandhi Nagar Police has asked the Vice Chancellor of the university to issue instructions to its affiliated colleges to ensure that such things do not happen in the academic campuses.
Gandhi Nagar SHO Nemi Chand said, “We have asked the vice-chancellor to issue instructions to the affiliated colleges that such activities should not take place in the educational campuses in future.