The Delhi University Students’ Union office which was re-opened on Tuesday morning continued to grab attention with the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad carrying out a protest and demanding an apology from the administration for first sealing it and then “lying” about it.

“Campus democracy attacked”

“The DU administration has accepted its mistake of sealing the DUSU office and re-opened it this morning. But the university administration should unconditionally apologise to the student community for attacking the campus democracy and for obstructing the work of a democratically-elected Union,” said ABVP national secretary Rohit Chahal, adding that the actions of the administration were a continuing attempt to clamp down on all protests against the new four-year undergraduate programme.

“The whole intention behind the new programme is to benefit private universities and foreign universities,” he charged.

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