MUSU asserts clauses put by Prof. Yugindro Singh is self-contradictory
IMPHAL | Sept 23 : Manipur University Students’ Union (MUSU) has informed all students and teachers on Manipur University (MU) and the public of the state that the clauses put against the students and teachers by Prof. Yugindro Singh of MU is self-contradictory.
A release signed by general secretary, MUSU, Laishram Kennedy provided a series of ten statements asserting that they are proof of the clauses being self-contradictory.
It was the idea of the arbitrarily appointed Pro-VC, Kangujam Yugindro to meet the students inside a random room when the students requested for a meeting, it said while adding that “It seems, he was afraid to be exposed and was ready to charge the students that they were in a plan of kidnapping him.”
The release further asserted in its following statements that there was no intention of threatening or attempt to murder in the midst of the students when they requested for the said meeting, and that “the politically appointed Pro-VC himself had clarified in the media that it was eggs and not stones that were thrown at his car.” Above all, he was with his armed escorts and it would be totally absurd to claim that the students had attacked him, it added.
According to the fifth statement in the release, after the accused students and teachers were put under police custody, K. Yugindro took charge as the new VC without any prior knowledge of the MU community.
The sixth statement stated that MUSU considers K. Yugindro as a political figure who is appointed with an agenda by the “Hindutva RSS government of India” through its Ministry of Human Resource and Development (MHRD).
Condemning the charges framed by K. Yugindro, MUSU takes into consideration Prof. Wahengbam Vishwanath to be the VC and Prof. Dorendrajit to be the registrar, it said.
The eight statement mentioned in the release demanded that the dictatorial military action of the N. Biren led BJP government of Manipur on the midnight of September 20 against the MU community should be condemned as the darkest episode in the history of MU.
The student community of MU demanded the unconditional release of the arrested professors and students immediately, stated the ninth statement while the last and tenth statement of the release stated that “It is the need of the hour for the people of Manipur to collectively stand united against the government, both the Central and Manipur, which is unmasking its fascist character day by day.”
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