The principal of Shri Varshney Faculty in Aligarh has constituted a simple fact-locating committee to probe the incident of ‘namaz’ possessing been presented on the campus by an assistant professor of the legislation division before this 7 days.
In the meantime, youth wing leaders of BJP in Aligarh have demanded police motion from the assistant professor within just 48 hrs, alleging that he had deliberately attempted to result in differences on the college campus which was meant for education and learning.
BJP Yuva Morcha leaders led by Amit Goswami, vice president of the Morcha’s Mahanagar unit, reached Sri Varshney College in Aligarh on Friday soon after a online video of a college member featuring ‘namaz’ on the college or university campus went viral.
“We have knowledgeable the law enforcement, handed about a complaint and given 48 several hours for initiating action from the assistant professor who experienced made available ‘namaz’ on the school premises. Law enforcement certain us they would choose motion and register a situation in connection with the make any difference quickly,” reported Goswami on Saturday.
“It was mistaken on the component of the assistant professor to provide ‘namaz’ on the higher education campus which is intended for imparting instruction. These perform by a trainer will result in variances between learners. The college or university campus is not intended for propagating one’s spiritual beliefs,” he mentioned.
‘Such provocative acts could result in recital of Hanuman Chalisa by students. We have talked to the college or university administration and have been informed that a display induce notice experienced been issued to the assistant professor by the school authorities,” mentioned Goswami.
“This is not a stray incident but section of a well-planned conspiracy to defame the current BJP federal government in the condition,” added the BJP youth wing leader.
Professor AK Gupta, principal of Sri Varshney College or university in Aligarh, returned on Saturday after go away and informed that a truth-obtaining committee had been constituted to probe the issue and post its report.
“This committee will apprise us of the details related to the make any difference of ‘namaz’ presented by Prof SR Khalid, assistant professor in the law college of our university. The committee will propose actions so that these incidents do not recur,” he stated.
“We are of the company watch that training centres must be saved away from this sort of actions as college students appear in this article for mastering. We are not likely to permit recurrence of these types of functions on our campus,” stated Gupta.