Here we are back today with a new latest news. A student from Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh was suspended just because he chanted the slogan “Jai Shri Ram” on the stage during a college cultural fest. The name of the college is ABES Engineering College which is located in Uttar Pradesh. The faculty of this campus asked the student to get down from the stage just to say “Jai Shri Ram”. The video of this incident has gone viral everywhere on the internet today. What do you think this student did right? How badly do you think this college has behaved with that student? In this article, you will get all the information related to this.
Student Chant ‘Jai Shree Ram’
So, as we saw in this video, this student is saying “Jai Shri Ram”, and seeing this, some people from the faculty are forcing him to get down from the stage. Was it wrong to use this slogan in such a cultural fest? In the video clip, the woman who asked the student to get off the stage is a faculty member whose name is Shweta Sharma.
So, the Director of the ABES Engineering College said that for this an inquiry committee will be constituted against Shweta Mam and no strict action will be taken against the students.
A conversation between a faculty member and a student has sparked controversy. But now action will be taken as soon as possible after taking the report of the inquiry committee, based on the situation and its findings. And it is also said that not even a single visit can spoil the image of that student. We came to know through our sources that this is what the director said. Uttar Pradesh Police itself is now investigating this incident. Ghaziabad’s A.C.P. whose name is Saloni Agarwal has also confirmed from the front that on all grounds, a committee will be formed against the teacher or no action will be taken against the student.
“Hindu Raksha Dal” also protested outside the college gate. The people of that “Hindu Raksha Dal” have said that they will protest outside the gate until they expel that teacher from the college. The student has done absolutely right, it is not his fault here. Meanwhile, local police have told some TV channels that they are “investigating the matter” and “suitable action will be taken”. Stay connected with us for more such updates.