BHU students shaved their heads in protest against Iftar party, sprinkle Gangajal at vice-chancellor's residence

Varanasi: The controversy over the Iftar party at Banaras Hindu University (BHU) and the participation of Vice-Chancellor Prof. Sudhir Jain continues unabated. Even after burning the effigy and reciting the Hanuman Chalisa, the protests are not stopping. The protesting students have now shaved their heads and made a pure ray of the Vice-Chancellor's residence with Ganga water. For the last three days, the students have been creating a ruckus on this issue.  

The students are demanding that the administration apologises for organising the Iftar party and take action against the culprits for writing provocative slogans on the wall. On Friday evening, a group of students reached the vice-chancellor's residence with Gangajal on the BHU campus. The students sprinkled Ganga water on the gate of the Vice Chancellor's residence while chanting mantras. He also expressed his anger by sprinkling Ganga water on some members of the Proctorial Board present there. After this, the students also shaved their heads in front of the vice-chancellor's residence.

With the head shaved and Gangajal making a pure ray of the vice-chancellor's residence, the students shouted slogans against the VC. The students raised slogans like 'VC Go Back', and 'Stop Islamisation'. He alleged that the Vice-Chancellor is trying to start a new tradition in the University. The students say that the absence of any arrest so far in the case of writing provocative slogans on the walls also raises questions. He said that the Iftar party had never been held before in BHU campus. The Vice-Chancellor should apologise for this.  

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