Over BHU iftar row Maurya says the programme should have been avoided

The protesting students are alleging that there haven’t been any iftar party since the establishment of the university. So why new tradition is being set up? What’s the need of starting such traditions? Some students, who were protesting over the incident even threatened that the office and the residence of the VC must be burnt.
 
 Keshav Prasad Maurya

Lucknow: The deputy chief minister of Uttar Pradesh, Keshav Prasad Maurya said that the BHU iftar party programme must have been avoided. He said though the state government won’t intervene in the BHU’s iftar party row.

The Deputy CM said that, people must not invite controversy in the campus by organizing such programmes. There haven’t been any such programme in the university in the recent times. Since the matter is between the university administration and the students of BHU, so government will not interfere in it.

A spokesperson of the university said that this was not the first time that the iftar party was done in the campus. There is a group of students who want to disturb the peaceful atmosphere of the university. 

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Some students protested the party

On Wednesday, there was an iftar party in the campus. The vice-chancellor Sudhir Jain and the other members of the BHU administration attended the party. Some students started opposing it. There was a protest march in the campus too. The protesting students are alleging that there haven’t been any iftar party since the establishment of the university. So why new tradition is being set up? What’s the need of starting such traditions? Some students, who were protesting over the incident even threatened that the office and the residence of the VC must be burnt.