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Mizo varsity students burn Javadekar�s effigy

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AIZAWL, Sept 8 - Agitating students of Mizoram University today burnt an effigy of Union Human Resources Development Minister Prakash Javadekar because of delay in appointing a Vice Chancellor in the Central University.

Mizoram University Students� Council (MZUSC) president Malsawmsanga said the Union Minister�s effigy was burnt so that their stir for a VC could be heard in New Delhi.

On the third day of their strike, MZUSC members set fire to the effigy of Javadekar in front of the university campus.

The Mizoram University had been without a regular VC for almost two years and repeated appeal to Javadekar and officials of Ministry of Human Resources Development bore no fruits till date, the MZUSC said.

The students stopped all academic and non-academic activities in the lone Central university since Wednesday demanding appointment of VC for the university.

They were not allowing teaching and non-teaching staff of the institute to enter the campus. State Chief Minister Lal Thanhawla yesterday appealed to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to appoint the VC quickly in the Central university. � PTI

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Mizo varsity students burn Javadekar�s effigy

AIZAWL, Sept 8 - Agitating students of Mizoram University today burnt an effigy of Union Human Resources Development Minister Prakash Javadekar because of delay in appointing a Vice Chancellor in the Central University.

Mizoram University Students� Council (MZUSC) president Malsawmsanga said the Union Minister�s effigy was burnt so that their stir for a VC could be heard in New Delhi.

On the third day of their strike, MZUSC members set fire to the effigy of Javadekar in front of the university campus.

The Mizoram University had been without a regular VC for almost two years and repeated appeal to Javadekar and officials of Ministry of Human Resources Development bore no fruits till date, the MZUSC said.

The students stopped all academic and non-academic activities in the lone Central university since Wednesday demanding appointment of VC for the university.

They were not allowing teaching and non-teaching staff of the institute to enter the campus. State Chief Minister Lal Thanhawla yesterday appealed to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to appoint the VC quickly in the Central university. � PTI

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