Children of Delhi University went hungry because of Rahul Gandhi! DU issued a statement expressing objection
Children of Delhi University went hungry because of Rahul Gandhi! DU issued a statement expressing objection

New Delhi: Former Congress National President Rahul Gandhi's visit to Delhi University (DU) hostel has been embroiled in controversies. Let us tell you that Rahul had gone to Delhi University on Friday (May 5). Subsequently, on Saturday, the university's proctor said in a statement that the Congress leader's sudden and unauthorized entry into the hostel has raised serious security concerns and DU authorities will ensure that such incidents do not recur. DU Proctor Rajni Abbi said that action will be taken against those responsible for this.


Let us tell you that Congress leader Rahul Gandhi had interacted with the hostel students on Friday (May 5) and had food with them. After this program of Rahul, DU issued a statement saying that due to this tour, many students of the hostels had to face a lot of problems in the mess. On former Congress MP Rahul Gandhi's visit to a mail hostel of Delhi University, University Proctor Rajni Abbi says, 'We do not want to make the university a political arena, action will be taken against whoever is responsible for this'.

Rajni Abbi further said, 'We have an objection that Rahul Gandhi visited Delhi University unauthorizedly. This is not a public place, which you can reach here by roaming around. You (Rahul) reached at lunch time, during that time food is prepared only for 75 people, sometimes 5-7 people reach more, but you (Rahul) reached there with a crowd. The people who came with you were not even the students here, this is not right, it causes problems to the hostel students. The students have given a written complaint that they did not get food.' 

The statement issued by Delhi University further states that Rahul Gandhi did not even take permission from anyone during his visit to the DU campus. They should have at least informed the proctor's office. You (Rahul) have Z security. Who would be responsible if something happens by mistake? 

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