Delhi college suspends two students for assaulting teacher

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New Delhi, Feb 23 (IANS) Condemning the ruckus created by a group of students during a seminar on Thursday, Delhi University’s Satywati College (Morning) on Friday said it has suspended two students till the time the proctorial committee submits its report on the incident.

“The Staff Council in its meeting held on February 22 unanimously condemns the unfortunate incident of misbehave, abuse and assault with a teaching faculty during a programme in Satya auditorium in strong words and unequivocal terms,” said the letter issued by the college principal after the incident.

“The staff Council also unanimously recommends the suspension of two involved students namely Kunal Yadav and Aman Awana from the college with immediate effect pending the recommendations of report inquiry…,” it said.

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The incident happened on Thursday when a group of students tried to sabotage a programme on women safety when law faculty student Kawalpreet Kaur, who is also head of All India Students’ Association, the student arm of Communist Party of India-Marxist Leninist at the Delhi University, was giving her speech.

Both the suspended students are from the RSS-affiliated Akhil Bhartiya Vidyarthi Parishad.

The students started with shouting slogans against AISA and Kawalpreet Kaur and also allegedly snatch and threw her phone on the ground when she tried to videograph their obstructionist activities.

A police complaint has also been filed by the AISA leader at the local police station in this issue.

–IANS

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