Expulsion of six students who wrote to PM revoked

first_imgThe expulsion of six students of Wardha-based Mahatma Gandhi Antarrashtriya Hindi Vishwavidyalaya for organising a function on campus without permission and writing to Prime Minister Narendra Modi over lynching and rape cases against politicians, was revoked on Sunday.The students were expelled on October 9 after varsity officials accused them of violating the election code of conduct.The students held a gathering on the campus on October 9, despite being denied permission. They were later that night given expulsion orders. In the order on Sunday, acting registrar Kadar Nawaj Khan said the expulsion was cancelled due to “technical anomalies” and in the view of natural justice.On October 10, the six posted a letter to Mr. Modi. The students had claimed that university officials had denied them permission to write to the PM.last_img

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