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Tuesday, November 10, 2009

AMU must re-open urgently: SIO


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AMU must re-open urgently: SIO

New Delhi: 7/11/09: Students Islamic Organisation of India (SIO) National Secretariat expressed deep condolences over the murder of Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) student Shahnawaz Alam on 25th October and expressed concern over the increasing unrest in the campus. SIO demanded that there must be high level investigation of this murder with three months deadline. The university must re-open with immediate effect. SIO is ready to help the authorities to bring peace and tranquility in campus. Closure of the University will certainly affect the academic performance of university and also the upcoming semester examinations in medical and engineering faculties. It is quiet unfortunate that the issue of demand of resignation of VC has been mixed-up with the murder incident outside campus and was used to perpetrate violence, assault varsity officials and to disrupt academic activities.

SIO strongly demands that the real problems of the university must be identified and solved amicably with democratic procedures and discipline. It is a fact that more than quarter of the teaching staffs in University is not doing their job promptly. The laws which are present which makes it obligatory for all teachers to be present in the campus from 8am to 4:00pm are not being followed. Even the system to register attendance of teachers does not exist in the university. SIO also demands that all reforms must be made democratically and not in an autocratic style. The democratic rights of students to work in campus and to form students union must be allowed. Suhail K.K, National president, SIO spoke on the occasion.

Shahnawaz Ali Raihan
 Secretary
SIO of India
Cell - 09811303473

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