Shift JNU out of Delhi as poor climate causing students to not pass out till they are 45: BJP leader

Jawarhalal Nehru University in Delhi

BJP Haryana leader Raman Malik today wrote to Union Minister of Human Resource Development (HRD) Ramesh Pokhriyal, suggesting to shift Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) out of Delhi as climate of Delhi is not good for the students.


In a letter, Malik said that his suggestion will be beneficial to bright future of Delhi. He says that JNU students are not able to concentrate on their studies because Delhi is a very crowded city where they have to face a lot of difficulties. The climate of Delhi is also not good because of which they have to face problems in such young age. “So much that some students are still not able to finish their studies till age 40-45, which is very concerning,” he writes in his letter.

Malik then requests the HRD minister to shift the JNU campus in Haryana’s Mewat region. That way, an underdeveloped part of the country like Mewat will also see development because of JNU campus.

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“Students will also be able to study properly in Mewat. A new beginning to the bright future of the students of the country,” he further wrote. He further added that Haryana government has already approved the orbital rail project and the university will come up at a spot which is near to the current IGI airport in Delhi as well as Jewar airport which is coming up near Delhi in Uttar Pradesh.

OpIndia Staff: Staff reporter at OpIndia
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