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Stalin condemns attack on Tamil students by ABVP at JNU


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Chennai: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M.K.Stalin today condemned the cowardly attack on Tamil students by ABVP at the JNU in Delhi.

In a tweet, he said Universities are not just spaces for learning, but also for discussion, debate & dissent.

“The cowardly attack on Tamil students by ABVP & vandalising the portraits of leaders like Periyar, Karl Marx at Jawaharlal Nehru University is highly condemnable and calls for a strict action from the Univ Admin”, he said.

The securities of JNU & Delhi Police have time and again turned mute spectators to the violence unleashed on students who fight for their rights & are critical of the Union BJP regime, Stalin said.

“I express my solidarity with the students & request VC to initiate action against the culprits and protect students from Tamil Nadu”, he added.


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