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‘JNU scholar harassing DU students’


NEW DELHI: The Women’s Development Cell (WDC) of Miranda House has issued a remark on social media alleging that during the last few weeks they have won more than one proceedings a few post-graduate scholar of JNU, a former AISA member, “sending lewd jokes” to the college ladies. WDC stated that the JNU scholar “is a sexist man who unapologetically indulges in harassment of ladies.”

The accused scholar had additionally been requested to depart a Pinjra Tod protest in October closing yr after proceedings by way of several faculty ladies. The accused scholar has denied the allegations. AISA had previous removed him from the organisation.

The WDC president, Anoushka Parija, told TOI, “There was once so much worry concerning the JNU scholar’s predatory nature that the victims circulated a thread of messages warning ladies to avoid him.” It could also be alleged that the JNU scholar brought about many women to change into uncomfortable along with his presence on the Pinjra Tod protest. He kept texting some of the ladies for months and to get a response out of her, sent unsolicited lewd jokes and videos.


Parija stated, “We have put out a remark in order that extra scholars can come forward with their reviews. We will likely be sending those proceedings to the Internal Complaints Committee (ICC) of the college and will eventually take prison recourse in the problem.”


Meanwhile, the accused scholar stated, “The remark has no point out of any case neither is it speaking a few explicit incident. This is an try to malign my name. The remark from WDC on social media is an act of vendetta against me by way of a couple of individuals of the organisation and many girls have pop out in my enhance.”


Responding to this, Parija stated, “Details of explicit proceedings can't be revealed on social media, however all the complainants have valid evidence.” The faculty body has additionally appealed to individuals of “the highbrow circles” who go together with the JNU scholar to prevent doing so.




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