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JNUTA demands report on fee hike issue be made public

PTI | New Delhi | Updated: 02-12-2019 17:36 IST | Created: 02-12-2019 17:36 IST
JNUTA demands report on fee hike issue be made public

The Jawaharlal University Nehru Teachers' Association on Monday staged a march to demand that the report of a high-powered committee set up by the Centre on the fee hike issue be made public.

They started their march from Janpath but were stopped near Shastri Bhawan by police.

A delegation of JNUTA office-bearers was escorted to the ministry by police.


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