MU senate members write to Governor, demand apology from Vinod Tawde
| Saturday | 12th January, 2019
Senate members of the MU want to lodge their protest, they said.
He also displayed authoritarian behaviour by demanding ‘arrest’ of students for asking contentious questions,” the letter read, asking Rao to demand an apology from Tawde.
Days after School Education Minister Vinod Tawde faced flak for allegedly asking college students to look for employment if they could not afford fees for higher education, senate members of the University of Mumbai (MU) wrote to Governor and university Chancellor Ch Vidyasagar Rao on Friday seeking an apology from the minister.
“Nothing like that has ever happened, so it’s only politics, which must be ignored,” Tawde told The Indian Express.
The minister paid no heed that the students were pursuing journalism and his speech does not suit his designation.
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