What's new

Indian state run University top official asks students to murder fellow students 31 Dec, 2018 India

Shahzaz ud din

SENIOR MEMBER
Jun 12, 2017
7,193
14
11,586
Country
Pakistan
Location
Canada
Indian state run University top official asks students to murder fellow students
31 Dec, 2018




NEW DELHI - Indian state-run university top official has asked his students to “murder” fellow students if confronted instead of complaining to him.

“If you’re a student of this University, never come crying to me,” said Raja Ram Yadav, vice-chancellor of Purvanchal University, in a speech, video from Reuters partner ANI showed.

Adding: “If you ever get into a fight, beat them, if possible murder them, we’ll take care of it later.”

Yadav was speaking on Friday at a college event in Ghazipur in Uttar Pradesh, India’s most populous state. In the same city a police officer was stoned to death during violent protests on Saturday, though there is no indication of a link with Yadav’s remarks.
 

beijingwalker

ELITE MEMBER
Nov 4, 2011
34,390
1
63,934
Country
China
Location
China
India university official urges students to kill instead of complaining
"If you ever get into a fight, beat them, if possible murder them, we'll take care of it later," said Raja Ram Yadav, vice-chancellor of Purvanchal University
Dec. 30, 2018 / 11:28 PM GMT+8
By Reuters
NEW DELHI - A top official at a Indian state-run university urged his students to "murder" fellow students if confronted instead of complaining to him, amid a wave of violence being reported from across the state where the school is based.

"If you're a student of this University, never come crying to me," said Raja Ram Yadav, vice-chancellor of Purvanchal University, in a speech, video from Reuters partner ANI showed.


Adding: "If you ever get into a fight, beat them, if possible murder them, we'll take care of it later."

Yadav was speaking on Friday at a college event in Ghazipur in Uttar Pradesh, India's most populous state. In the same city a police officer was stoned to death during violent protests on Saturday, though there is no indication of a link with Yadav's remarks.


Uttar Pradesh is notorious for communal tensions and crime, and has been plagued by incidents of mob violence in recent weeks.

A senior police officer and another man were killed in another incident of violence earlier this month after local residents protested because they say they had seen some people slaughtering a cow, an animal sacred in Hindu culture. That was in Uttar Pradesh's Bulandshahr district.

Reuters

https://www.nbcnews.com/news/world/...ges-students-kill-instead-complaining-n953051
 

Users Who Are Viewing This Thread (Total: 1, Members: 0, Guests: 1)

Top