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Swara Bhaskar tweeted on JNU fee dispute, saying 'shameful'

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new Delhi. Actress Swara Bhasker, who is in the news for her outspoken thoughts and tweet, is again in the headlines. This time, he has tweeted about the announcement of Fee Hike in Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU). In this, he has said, ‘Those who have trouble with the students protesting against the increase in fees in JNU believe that high and quality education is the right only for the rich and big people of the society. In this tweet, he finally wrote ‘this is shameful’. After his tweet, people are giving different reactions. Let us know that in the past few days, there was an increase in fees at various levels in JNU. After this, the students studying there had come down against it. They were also performing on the road. On this, actress Swara Bhaskar has tweeted.

Swara Bhaskar tweeted.

He wrote on his tweet, ‘Those who have trouble with the protests of JNU students, they do not want the children of low income and low middle income category to get the right higher education. it’s embarrassing.’ Swara Bhaskar wrote in another tweet, ‘JNU changes the lives of students who come from confined situations. JNU is special because it does not consider education as the right of only a select few. Rather it is the birthright of everyone.

Swara Bhaskar tweeted.

Let me tell you that Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) Vice Chancellor M Jagdish Kumar on Friday appealed to the agitating students to end the protest and said that forceful and illegal communication cannot be done. The JNU Students Union (JNUSU) had said that instead of starting dialogue, the administration has started ‘indirectly threatening’ the students and teachers.

At the same time, in view of the protests of the students for two weeks, the increase in hostel fees of students below the poverty line has been partially withdrawn. However, students have called it a hoax. The Vice Chancellor had asked the teachers to make extra efforts to convince the students that the changes in hostel fees are not only appropriate but also necessary for the financial capacity of our hostels.

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