After Jamia bans the entry of Safoora Zargar, her fans suggest her to use the old tactic of pregnancy. It must be noted that Safoora Zargar is an accused in the February 2020 Anti-Hindu riots which took place in the national capital Delhi and is currently out on bail. Zargar was jailed under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act. She was granted bail by the court on humanitarian grounds as she was pregnant. Therefore her fans are suggesting her this idea of pregnancy to remove the ban imposed on her.
Jamia Millia Islamia has banned the entry of its three former students, including the 2020 riots accused Safoora Zargar, on its campus for “agitating” in the university over an “irrelevant and objectionable” issue days after the administration cancelled her MPhil admission. The order says “has been observed that Ms. Safoora Zargar (ex-student) has been involved in organizing agitations, protests, and marches on the campus against the irrelevant and objectionable issues to disturb the peaceful academic environment with few students who are mostly outsiders. She is instigating innocent students of the University and trying to use the University platform for her malafide political agenda along with some other students. Further, she is hampering the normal functioning of the institution.In view of the above, the Competent Authority, for maintaining a peaceful academic environment across the Campus, has approved Campus Ban on ex student Ms. Safoora Zargar with immediate effect,”.
Earlier Jamia administration had cancelled her MPhil admission. According to Jamia project supervisor did not find her report satisfactory. Also she did not apply for extension. Due to Corona, she was also given an additional sixth semester, which ended on February 6, 2022. Since then she is making a issue of this. She organised protests to pressurise the Jamia administration. During the protest these students also raised provocative Anti Hindu slogans. The students of Jamia also raised provocative slogans like ‘RSS ki grave khudgi, Jamia ki dharti par’ and ‘ABVP ki grave khudgi, Jamia ki dharti par’ during the protest.
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