Uproar in DDU, Vice Chancellor's neck twisted latest news today in hindi

Breaking News: Uproar in DDU (Deendayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur University), VC's (Professor Rajesh Singh) neck twisted 

Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad's demonstration going on in Gorakhpur University became fierce on the fourth day

Latest Updated 22/07/2023: The protest by Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad, which is going on for fee hike and withdrawal of suspension of students at Deendayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur University (DDU), turned violent on Friday for the fourth day. The protesters left the Vice-Chancellor Prof. without talks. Pushed Rajesh Singh and also twisted his neck. Registrar Prof. Ajay Singh was thrown down and beaten badly. The police brought the situation under control by lathi-charging the agitating students. A total of ten students have been detained.

Vice Chancellor Prof. at 350 pm. Rajesh Singh came out of his chamber. The students protesting at the Vice-Chancellor's office felt that they were coming to communicate with them. Meanwhile, the Vice Chancellor started coming out of the security cordon from the shore. The students, who were protesting since 10 am, got furious because of this. They broke the security cordon and surrounded the Vice Chancellor. He grabbed his neck after pushing and shoving him. The police removed them using force. After that, the Vice Chancellor was taken to the lift corridor and the gate was closed. 

Uproar in DDU (Deendayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur University), VC's neck twisted latest news update 2023 in hindi

This further enraged the students. Meanwhile, the car of the Vice-Chancellor was damaged by throwing a pot. Seeing the ruckus increasing, the police somehow took out the Vice Chancellor from there and took him to the residence. Here, the protesters surrounded the registrar Ajay Singh, threw him down and started beating him. There too there was a scuffle between the police and the students.

Heavy Fee Hike The registration fee in DDU has been increased by up to 20 times in the last two years. It is alleged that there has been a fee hike of up to 400 percent in PhD and self-financed courses as well. Vidyarthi Parishad's provincial media convenor Anurag Mishra said that the vandalism inside the Vice Chancellor's office was not done by the students, but the university administration got it vandalized to implicate them.