11 JNU professors claim that the JNU is a den of organized sex racket
New Delhi, April 28: Another controversy has surrounded the prestigious academic institution Jawaharlal Nehru University. A 200-page report, has been put together by a group of 11 JNU teachers, describes the university as a “den of organised sex racket.”
The document, was prepared in 2015 and is recently released to a few journalists, which will be has been submitted to the JNU administration.
The report has been prepared by a group of 11 teachers, who are believed to be close to the Bharatiya Janata Party and Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad, the students wing of the RSS.
Amita Singh, professor at the Centre for Law and Governance, who is heading the group of teachers, claimed that sex workers inside JNU hostel are a common thing.
She said that, over one thousand boys and girls in the campus have been fined from Rs 2000 to Rs 5000 for consuming alcohol, for indulging in immoral activities in their hostels, alcohol bottles could be seen at the gates of the hostel and also Sex workers are employed in hostel messes, which not only lure JNU girls but also pollute the boys.
Security staff is also involved in this racket of money, sex, drugs and alcohol, she added.
The document titled ‘Jawaharlal Nehru University: The Den of Secessionism and Terrorism‘ also accuses a few university teachers of encouraging such kind of culture in JNU.
Assistant professor in the Special Centre for Sanskrit Studies, Hari Ram Mishra, who was part of the group which prepared the 200 page record, told that they want to safeguard JNU getting doomed.
Mishra added that, to prevent the university from future disturbance we have submitted this record to the university adimistration, as JNU has become a place where communists terrorise others in the name of freedom of speech.