Some students were detained by the police. "This is a way to appeal to MPs on our behalf, to fight within the floor of the house," says JNUSU. Meeting the students' demands, the Human Resources Development (HRD) ministry appointed a three-member high-power committee on Monday to address concerns about wage growth. Over the past three weeks, students have protested against an increase in hostel fees within the university's governing block, although JNU announced its return last Wednesday.
Here are the most important developments:
– The government panel was set up by the Student Union of Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNUSU) to protest the boarding fee and protest the lawmakers' cases before the protest march on Monday, when Parliament's winter session began. With the 144th section, prohibitive orders were applied and heavy security forces spread outside the JNU campus.
– According to sources, the government said the proposed panel would involve all stakeholders, including JNUSU and university administration, with the image of reinstating the normal functioning of Jawaharlal Nehru University. dialogue "and" solution of contentious problems ".
– The panel will consist of Prof VS Chauhan, former vice president UGC; The chairman of the HRD declaration, AICTE and Prof Rajnish Jain, UGC Secretary General Prof Anil Shahsrabudhe said that the HUKD statement was responsible for advising on what to do.
– Despite JNU announcing a raise on Wednesday evening, students protest against an increase in hostel fees within the university's administration block. The students called partial return an "eye wash".
R. Subrahmanyam, Secretary of Education,
IHG Ministry: MHRD has appointed a high power committee to discuss with students and management for a peaceful solution of all problems. the #JN pic.twitter.com/j7y9glhfst
– ANI November 18, 2019
– "At a time of wage increases across the country, students emerged as the first line of defense for inclusive education. We invite all students in Delhi to join us as they walk from JNU to Parliament on the first day. "said. He also called on students from outside Delhi to arrange agitation to celebrate a National Protest Day on November 18, "protect education as a right and oppose it becoming a commodity."
– The JNU Teachers' Association (JNUTA) expressed concern about the deployment of police outside varsity. "The barricades and barricades at the entrance to the JNU campus appear only to prevent students from carrying out their planned marches to Parliament," he said. "It would be very unfortunate that such measures or the use of force would be unfortunate to prevent the exercise of constitutional guaranteed democratic rights and to prevent students from taking their voices peacefully off campus," he said.
Police said they had made appropriate security arrangements along the march. A police officer was assigned to all entry points starting from the southwestern district, leading to Parliament in all possible ways, and a senior police officer said, "We have strengthened the entire region around Parliament with a winter session starting tomorrow. It should also be deployed to avoid an undesirable situation."
– Meanwhile, Delhi Traffic Police gave advice to motorists, providing information on ways to avoid due to protests. Delhi Traffic Police, Twitter, "Student protests due to Nelson Mandela Road, Aruna Asaf Ali Road and Gangnath Marg'da traffic may be negatively affected or stopped. They are advised to avoid these roads and use the Mehrauli Mahipalpur road. Aurobindo marg, Outer ring road and NH48. "
– JNU Vice Rector M Jagadesh Kumar urged students protesting on Sunday to return to their classes because they are close to exams. In a video message posted on Varsity & # 39; s website, he said he received emails from worried parents and students about the situation affecting academic activities at the university.
– "If we continue the strike and cause academic loss, it will affect the future of thousands of students." It will start a new week starting tomorrow and I ask the students to return to their classes and continue their research activities. . The term exams will start from December 12th and will affect your future goals if you cannot attend the classes. "
– On Sunday, a teacher section also held a press conference and claimed that a handful of students terrorized other students and did not allow them to attend classes.
At the press conference, one of the professors said, "There are 8,000 students in the university and at least 6,000 are willing to attend classes. Said.
– JNU students protest against an increase in hostel fees within the university administration block. Students demanded the withdrawal of the R $ 1,700 service charge from the next session, and a one-time confusion security fee, which was refundable, was raised from Rs 5,500 to Rs 12,000.
– On November 13th, when students entered the building for the vice-president in the administrative bloc, they painted various messages to talk about the hike fee. Faced with intense agitation for more than two weeks, the JNU administration partially reversed the boarding fee increase for BPL (below the poverty line) students who could not receive a scholarship that did not satisfy the protesting students on November 13th. "eyewash" and decided to continue the strike