Aishe Ghosh denied permission to hold meeting in CU
| Friday | 14th February, 2020
A+ A-Kolkata: JNU Students Union (JNUSU) president and SFI leader Aishe Ghosh was on Thursday not given permission to hold a meeting inside Calcutta University by the authorities and had to address students outside the campus gate.
The authorities, however, said neither permission was sought for the meeting nor it was a convention to let outsiders to hold political programme in the campus.
Ghosh, however, said permission had been taken in advance, but it was cancelled after the authorities got to know she would be among the speakers.
In a stinging speech, Ghosh said the struggle against the black law Citizenship (Amendment) Act, National Population Register and National Register of Citizens would continue till they were scrapped.
Thousands of students and youths carrying the national flag and raising slogans against the BJP took part of the rally.
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