Patiala, January 22
Student leaders of Punjabi University said today that they would hold protests on the campus over pending probe reports into ‘alleged scams’.
Harvinder Singh Sandhu, former president of the Student Youth Federation of India, said the university administration had failed to act in respect to the previous inquiry reports. He said: “Valuable heritage furniture designed by architects Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret, including tables, chairs, benches and almirahs, was sold to the Department of Cultural Affairs, Archives, Archaeology and Museums in June 2014 for a mere Rs70,000. The university is sitting on reports of various other ‘scams’ too”. — TNS
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