“It was a print mistake” says Fergusson College principal; Students demand apology


within hours of writing to the Pune Police for taking action against those who allegedly raised ‘anti-national’ slogans in campus, Fergusson College principal Ravindra Singh Pardeshi has retracted from his views and said that it was a printing mistake. Yesterday, Principal RG Pardeshi had written a letter to police alleging that “anti-national slogans” were raised during heated exchanges between the two groups when JNU ABVP president Alok Singh was to address college students to explain “Truth of JNU” on the Kanhaiya Kumar episode. “I request you to take stern action against individuals who raised anti-national slogans on the campus,” Pardeshi had stated in his letter written to city police yesterday which he subsequently withdrew. The students demanded an apology from the principle as none has raised anti national slogans in the campus.

Medaram Jathara

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