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JNU must have a police station: Subramanian Swamy News – Ahmedabad


AHMEDABAD: Calling for student safety on college campuses, BJP Rajya Sabha MP Subramanian Swamy said police stations should be set up on college campuses to keep students safe. Swamy spoke to the media after giving a lecture on ‘Who are we? A search for national identity’ at Indus University in Ahmedabad.

“Security means ensuring the presence of police by having police stations on campus. Today we have to call the police; It takes time. Having a police station is important for college campuses in the country. This is not just for JNU, but we must start with JNU,” Swamy said.

Swamy also said that in the U.S., every college campus has a police station. “For UNJ there should be not only the Delhi police, but also a BSF and CRPF camp.”

During his speech, Swamy also took a jibe at the UNJ and said that varsity should be deconstituted over time and after the necessary “cleansing”, must be restarted. “JNU can never improve until it closes for two years. Uneducated and unqualified people were deliberately inadmitd there under the congressional government. The rent of the hostel is 10 rs per month and students are as old as 35-40 years old and fail every year. JNU students have only one goal: to get a place to live on the Delhi campus and travel around the country and participate in socialist programs,” Swamy said.

“Most teachers are socialists. Those who are not socialists have been arrested. After several such cases, the situation cannot be changed. You have to take a big step by closing for two years. Good students at JNU must be housed at Delhi University and Ambedkar University, among others nearby. The rest must be discarded and after the necessary cleaning, it can be opened again,” he said.

The Rajya Sabha MP also proposed changing the name Of JNU. “If this seems to be tarnishing the image of JNU, the name of the university can also change and may instead be renamed and restarted as Subhash Chandra Bose University,” he said.

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