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ABVP refutes allegation of getting illegal donation money from VC

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Imphal, June 13, Akhil Bharatitya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) Manipur today clarify that the organisation has never received any donation from the University’ s account. Reacting to a leaflet circulated by MUSU, alleging that the VC of MU has illegally donated money , the National Executive Council (NEC) member of AVBP , Sharatchandra Haobijam said that the trabsaction in question is done with regard to an adverstime nt for MU to be put in a souvenir to be released on July 9, 2018 in connection with the state conference held on February 2018. The statement further added that such transaction is completely normal and the ABVP had received such advertisement during the regime of former VC HNK Sarma. Regarding the ongoing agitation in Manipur University , the ABVP said that agitation has resulted in total failure of the workings of the University mainly the ongoing semester examinations of various departments. The statement said that a delegation of ABVP yesterday called on the governor Dr . Najma Heptulla and urged her to intervene to the ongoing crisis. Regarding the VC Adiya Prasad Pandey’ s silence on the issue the ABVP condemn it however , it appealed the MUSU to reconsider its stand of not talking to the VC. Meanwhile, A Joint meeting of the Senior Most Professor , Deans of Schools of Studies, Proctor , former Deans of Students’ W elfare and the Vice-Chancellor held yesterday taking serious note of the grievances of the Students and the disturbances in the academic carriers of the students specially the ongoing examinations of various UG and PG courses and the admission process for the academic session of 2018-19 has invited the student representatives of MUSU for discussion of their grievances and appeal for opening the Administration and Examination Blocks to resume the normal function of the university at the earliest. Due to the ongoing agitation alarming volume of time bound reports and documents to be submitted to UGC, MHRD, NCTE, AICTE, etc. are pending a statement of the registrar in charge said.

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