Babul Row: Here's What All Happened At Jadhavpur Uinversity | Master Stroke

20 Sep 2019 11:01 PM

Babul Row: Here's What All Happened At Jadhavpur Uinversity | Master Stroke

Updated 20 Sep 2019 11:01 PM

Political temperatures shot up in the metropolis on Friday as political activists and students hit the streets, a day after Union Minister Babul Supriyo was heckled and assaulted by radical Left students in Jadavpur University for hours, following which ABVP workers went on a rampage and vandalised a students union room.

The radical Left students took out a three-kilometer long march from the university campus to Gol Park protesting against ABVP's "vandalism" and the manner in which the Union Minister "provoked" students on Thursday.

Students from the varsity's arts, engineering and science faculties took part in the march. 

The confrontation between West Bengal governor Jagdeep Dhankhar and the state government escalated on Friday, with Raj Bhavan describing the Trinamool Congress's statement "factually incorrect" 

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