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West Bengal India – 4 thousand people vandalized Vishwa Bharati University over boundary wall

Violence in Visva-Bharati over building of wall at the traditional

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INDIA – SOUTH BANGAl NEWS – There was a fierce uproar over the boundary wall on Monday at the Visva Bharati (Shanti Niketan) campus in Birbhum, West Bengal. The miscreants were opposing the construction of a boundary wall on the Pausha Mela ground. The miscreants caused considerable damage to the university’s assets. After the violence, the university has decided to close the campus.

The university had decided to build on the boundary on the Pausha Mela ground, where the fair is organized in winter every year. Construction started in the morning.

Bengal: Locals storm Visva Bharati campus over university's

University demands strict action

The university administration has closed the Vishwa Bharati Campus after the violence over the boundary wall construction. According to the university, those who were involved in the violence should be arrested immediately. Not only this, strict action should also be taken against them. So that such an incident does not happen again in future. The university said that the loss should be compensated only by the miscreants based on the calculations done by MHRD or any agency.

University Gate dropped from JCB

Citing sources, the news agency said that around 4,000 people gathered near the campus in Santiniketan. People vandalized there and also broke a university gate with the JCB machine. If sources are to be believed, Naresh Bauri, a Trinamool MLA from Dabrajpur was present there during the disturbance. University officials have refused to say anything in the case.

Visva Bharati campus vandalised over boundary wall construction

Staged a protest in the Central Hall against the uproar

Vishwan Bharati SFI leader Somnath Sau said that 50 people staged a protest in the central hall of the university. These included current and alumni. These people were protesting against the arrival of people at the Pausha Mela Ground. On Saturday, the Vishwa Bharati University had decided not to hold the Pausha Mela, which has been going on for the last 100 years, this year. University officials were stopped by a group of local businessmen from constructing a boundary wall along the fair ground.

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