A student from West Bengal has been suspended and a 3- member committee has been formed to inquire into reported raising of religious slogans at the Aligarh Muslim University ( AMU) on Republic Day.
However after a preliminary probe, a student from West Bengal has been suspended. A three-member committee has also been constituted to investigate the matter. The committee will submit its inquiry report in five days.
AMU Proctor Prof Mohammad Wasim Ali said here on Friday that taking cognizance of the viral video of slogans being raised after the Republic Day program at Sir Syed Hall South, Waheeduzman, a first-year BA student of Aftab Hall, has been suspended.
The student is a resident of Malda, West Bengal.
AMU Registrar Mohammad Imran has issued an office order on the issue of sloganeering on the Republic Day. A three-member committee has been formed to investigate the matter, which will submit its report in five days.
Prof Arshad Hussain Khan of Mechanical Engineering Department, Ajay Bisaria of Hindi Department and Prof Farid Mehdi of Civil Engineering Department are in the inquiry committee.
It is said that some NCC cadets chanted AMU Zindabad along with the religious slogan, Nara-e-Takveer Allah Hu Akbar at AMU campus on the Republic Day.
When a video of this came on social media, AMU alumnus and BJP leader Dr Nishit Sharma complained on Twitter tagging Aligarh Police and SSP Kalanidhi Naithani.