Retired servicemen want to return degrees to JNU over ant-national acitivities

If such anti-national activity will continue then we are constrained to return our degrees

New Delhi: A group of retired servicemen have decided to return their degrees to Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) over ongoing anti-national activities taking place inside the campus, a statement said on Saturday. If such anti-national activity will continue then we are constrained to return our degrees Ex-servicemen of the June 1978 batch of the National More...

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