JNU class ‘raided’ by varsity security for screening movie – The Hindu

Students of Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) have alleged that the varsity’s security unit “raided” a classroom where a movie was being screened as part of the academic curriculum.

A student of the department said: “Two guards questioned us about the movie that was being screened and whether we have permission to screen it? It is highly disappointing that a classroom is under surveillance on the order of the university administration. If it is not confronted, soon there will be CCTV cameras and audio recorders our classrooms and centres.” The university authorities maintained that the intervention happened “mistakenly”.

JNU class ‘raided’ by varsity security for screening movie – The Hindu

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