Students insist on appeasement policy in protest at Banaras Hindu University over Iftar

Students insist on appeasement policy in protest at Banaras Hindu University over Iftar

Banaras Hindu University, one of the country’s leading educational institutions, is facing a dispute over Iftar. Some students cite “Hanuman Charisa” outside his house in protest of the presence of the Deputy Prime Minister, in opposition to the Iftar party at the university’s “Mahira Mahabi Diaryaya” on Wednesday.

Students questioned the need to start a new tradition, claiming that the Iftar party was held for the first time at the university. The news agency ANI reported that the students sloganed and burned his portrait on the spot, accusing the deputy prime minister of the “appeasement policy.”

“The Iftar Party was officially held at the university for the first time. All costs were paid by the university. It is not allowed to officially hold the Iftar Party,” ANI said, one of the students said. rice field.

The university counterattacked, accusing “attempts to disturb peace and academic atmosphere” and proclaiming that a sunset fast with the Iftar party during Ramzan was an important tradition there.

Chandra Shekar Grewar, a university spokeswoman, tweeted: & He attended as the head of the #BHU Friendship Society. 2. The tradition of organizing Iftar at BHU goes back more than 20 years. “