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Hate slogans deface JNU walls ahead of Ram Mandir consecration: ‘Rebuild Babri Masjid’ sparks controversy

In the days leading up to the important ceremony for the Ram Mandir in Ayodhya on January 22, there’s a problem at Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) in Delhi.

Some walls were written with messages asking to rebuild Babri Masjid. This happened on the first floor of the School of Language 2 building.

(Source: Aaj Tak)

The words on the wall say, “Rebuild Babri Masjid December 6,” and the name “NSUI” (National Students’ Union of India) seems to be connected to it. But NSUI, the student group linked to the Congress party, says they didn’t do it. Sudhanshu Shekhar, the head of NSUI’s JNU unit, says their name was already in black, and someone else added the controversial words later in red.

Shekhar thinks this is part of a plan to make NSUI look bad and wants JNU to investigate. Pictures of the writing have spread on social media, and now people are looking closely at what’s happening at the university.

JNU’s Chief Security Officer, Naveen Yadav, says he doesn’t know about this incident. He points out that similar things happened before, targeting a particular group, and there were no investigations. The JNU vice chancellor and registrar haven’t given an official response yet.

This adds to a series of times when walls at JNU were written on. Last December, there were slogans against a group of people. Two months ago, there were messages about Kashmir. In October this year, there were slogans like “Free Kashmir,” “Teri Kabra Khudegi” (Your grave will be dug), and “Bhagwa Jalega” (Saffron will burn) on a building’s walls. Satish Garkoti, a leader at JNU, said a committee would be made to handle such incidents and talked about putting cameras in important places around the campus.

Even though the rulebook says a fine of Rs 10,000 can be given for writing controversial things, the Language Study Centre doesn’t have cameras, which makes it hard to stop such things from happening. This situation brings up concerns about campus safety and how to ensure these things don’t keep happening.

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