Kashi Hindu University (BHU) attempts to create an atmosphere of peace are proving to be in vain. Protests continued in many places on Tuesday. Stones and water bottles were thrown at the vice-chancellor's car. A case of inkling has also surfaced on the photo of Vinayak Damodar Savarkar . One way Dr. Feroz Khan is the case of appointment of the other side after the JNU BHU is also running demanding reduction in fees.
The students' protest outside the Vice Chancellor's residence continued on Tuesday for the 12th day in protest against the appointment of Dr. Firoz Khan to the post of Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Religious Sciences of BHU. In the afternoon, when the car of Vice-Chancellor Rakesh Bhatnagar passed by the picket, the students ran. Meanwhile, someone threw stones and water at the car. However, the stone was not put in the car but it stirred. When the security personnel ran, the students withdrew for a while. Spokesperson of the BHU administration, Dr. Rajesh Singh, says that among the students involved, a water bottle was thrown on the vice-chancellor's car.
On the other hand, LLB students of the Faculty of Law are agitating to reduce the fees. The students performed with a boycott of the class. Students say that on the one hand, those doing LLB from the old system are charged only three to four thousand rupees, while in the new system, a fee of 65 thousand rupees is being charged annually. On Sunday, some students of the same faculty staged a sit-in at the main gate to protest against non-action despite molestation and complaint from a student.
Students belonging to the BHU Joint Action Committee took out a protest march from Vishwanath Temple on campus with the banner with the slogan 'PM Narendra Modi anti-education ' against the police action in JNU . The march traveled through the faculties including Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Social Sciences and others. Workers of ABVP clashed and beaten up with activists of Bhagat Singh Student Morcha who were involved in the march.