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NUSRL Ranchi Students End 9-Day Agitation

Sanjay Sahay
22 Sep 2017 11:48 AM GMT
NUSRL Ranchi Students End 9-Day Agitation
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The nine-day long dharna staged by the students of National University of Study and Research in Law (NUSRL), Ranchi, has ended, stated a press release issued by the university on Thursday evening.

The university informed that Justice Aparesh Kumar Singh of Jharkhand High Court visited the university after the calling off of the agitation and listened to the issues raised by the students. Justice Singh said works were continuing on war footing for the development of the law university since the last agitation staged by students in April.

He said from road construction to providing wifi system, efforts are being made to meet most of the demands of the students. Justice Singh asked them to be patient while observing that important work should not completed in haste. He assured the students that results would be before them soon.

Justice Singh said the students should intimate their problems to the Governor, vice-chancellor and their nominees in a peaceful way.

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