Clearly enjoying the new dress code, Nilesh Bhapkar of Baramati who got three gold medals in Mathematics, commended, “It was an interesting change and a welcome one.
We are happy with the dress code this time and had no issue with the pagdi,” said Rogangar Bhushra Altaf, who took home two gold medals in Master of Education.
Member of Nationalist Congress Party’s youth wing, National Students Union of India (NSUI) and Students Federation of India (SFI) brought a pony adorned with the Puneri pagdi to the campus.The Chatturshrungi police station detained eight students for disturbing the programme.
Similarly, Nikhil Jog who got his Master’s degree in Commerce, dismissed, “The pagdi does not symbolise anything.
“We detained them between 12.30 pm and 3.30 pm before letting them off with a warning,” informed Sandesh Kenjale, police inspector, Chatturshrungi police station.
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