Varsity directs taking strong actions against students who stormed inside library on June 8
Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) has assigned the chief proctor office to take disciplinary action against students who stormed inside the BR Ambedkar library after a brawl with the security staff on June 8.
The university has released a notice where it mentioned that those students disobeyed the COVID-19 safety guidelines and occupied the library for long hours.
“These students do not even use masks or follow other COVID-19 protocols. They're not permitting the library staff to sanitise the library for other students who will use it after normalcy is restored. All these students are hereby instructed to vacate the library immediately,” JNU said.
They are posing health risks for other students, teachers and staff, the notice added.
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