BJP MP's big statement about AMU Vice Chancellor
BJP MP's big statement about AMU Vice Chancellor

Aligarh: During the Republic Day program at Aligarh Muslim University, MP Satish Gautam got angry over the religious slogans of the National Cadet Corps (NCC). The BJP MP said that he had called the Vice-Chancellor of the university regarding this matter, but he could not receive it due to some reason. Republic Day is the biggest festival of the country, and it is unfortunate to raise such slogans on that day. First, they used to say AMU (Aligarh Muslim University) Jindabad, and then the way they raised slogans is very unfortunate. 

The BJP MP from Aligarh said, ''I have said this earlier also. Both the proctor and the vice chancellor here have failed. If he takes strict action then no student will do such activities in the future. But their mentality is sick. These are the types of people who could not change. I will not say those words of the village proverb. The way the students of NCC and of the university, are being suspended from NCC. We are ordering an FIR against him and our Aligarh police will take strict action against him. 

The MP told that FIR will be registered. Will talk to SSP Kalanidhi Naithani. After talking to them, the police will register the case today itself. Uttar Pradesh government minister Anil Rajbhar said that the Aligarh incident should be investigated. These are people of a corrupt mentality. Those who do not like India's development, do this from time to time. He said that NCC cadets are the future of India. What kind of seed is being sown in their mind and when we say that such organizations are conspiring against the country, a lot of trouble is created.

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