New Delhi: Taking the controversy to another level against the JNU students, the Varsity Vice-Chancellor M Jagdesh Kumar accused ‘some of the activist students’ of creating an atmosphere of ‘terror’ in the university campus.
Addressing the protesting students, he said: “The terror created by some of the activist students went to such an extent that many of our students had to leave the hostels,” Indiatoday reports.
The Vice Chancellor even mentioned that “many illegal students are staying in hostels” who “could be outsiders” or “participating in any possible violence because they have nothing to do with the university”.
JNU VC M Jagadesh Kumar: This is a problem that many illegal students are staying in hostels, they could be outsiders, they maybe participating in any possible violence because they have nothing to do with the university.
“From past several days, we have enhanced security in the campus to make sure that innocent students are not hurt,” he said.
The VC met with the protesting JNU students who are demanding the V-C’s resignation over fee hike and violence on campus.
Five days have passed since the mob attack in several hostels of JNU, however, no arrests have been made so far.
“We don’t differentiate students into camps, all students are the same for us. When there is a possibility of violence we will definitely act and we did,” he said.