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Manipur University students stage demonstration in front of Raj Bhavan

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IMPHAL, Sept 7 - Volunteers of the Manipur University Students� Union (MUSU) today staged a demonstration in front of the Raj Bhavan here, demanding restoration of normalcy in the Manipur University.

The demonstration started around 3 pm after a MUSU team headed by its president, M Dayaman, called on Governor Dr Najma Heptulla, who is also the Chief Rector of the Manipur University, and apprised her of the prevailing situation in the university.

�We are staging a demonstration at the Raj Bhavan gate as we did not get an appropriate answer from the Governor,� complained MUSU general secretary L Kennedy.

A large contingent of police personnel rushed to the area when a separate MUSU group shouting slogans and holding placards marched towards the Raj Bhavan gate from the Keishampat side. Later, the police picked up nearly 100 students in three vans.

Meanwhile, a two-member committee set up to probe the charges levelled against the Manipur University Vice Chancellor AP Pandey initiated the inquiry process on Thursday.

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Manipur University students stage demonstration in front of Raj Bhavan

IMPHAL, Sept 7 - Volunteers of the Manipur University Students� Union (MUSU) today staged a demonstration in front of the Raj Bhavan here, demanding restoration of normalcy in the Manipur University.

The demonstration started around 3 pm after a MUSU team headed by its president, M Dayaman, called on Governor Dr Najma Heptulla, who is also the Chief Rector of the Manipur University, and apprised her of the prevailing situation in the university.

�We are staging a demonstration at the Raj Bhavan gate as we did not get an appropriate answer from the Governor,� complained MUSU general secretary L Kennedy.

A large contingent of police personnel rushed to the area when a separate MUSU group shouting slogans and holding placards marched towards the Raj Bhavan gate from the Keishampat side. Later, the police picked up nearly 100 students in three vans.

Meanwhile, a two-member committee set up to probe the charges levelled against the Manipur University Vice Chancellor AP Pandey initiated the inquiry process on Thursday.

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