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FIR against students: a bunch of blatant lies


Fraternity Movement EFLU vehemently denounces the baseless accusation by EFLU's Proctor against the students who participated in the protest related to the alleged sexual assault incident on campus that occurred on October 18, 2023.

The filed FIR against the students, which includes our unit President Noora Maisoon, Joint Secretary Rishal Gafoor, members and leaders of SFI and DSA, as well as individual students, is replete with falsehoods, even down to the minutest details. The list of the accused includes the names of the students who were not there at all.

The professors who were sensitive to the survivor and supported her throughout have been unfairly portrayed. The proctor called them to campus and later made these allegations about them.

This FIR appears to be a deliberate effort to divert attention from the administration's mishandling of the alleged assault, conveniently shifting the blame onto the organisers of an academic discussion titled 'Palestine: Perspectives on Literary Resistance.' Labelling this discussion as 'in favour of Palestine' is a distortion of the facts.

The administration seems to be systematically trying to discredit the genuine concerns by framing the protest in a communal light and fueling deeply Islamophobic sentiments.

The Proctor's claim of experiencing 'psychological trauma, stress, and helplessness' is a grossly exaggerated allegation, showing a lack of respect and empathy for the survivor of the assault. The Proctor's actions seem geared towards concealing administrative failures by falsely accusing student leaders. This indicates a concerning effort to evade responsibility for mishandling a sexual assault case.

This distorted narrative, tainted by Islamophobia, aims to suppress the protest and divide student unity. The glaring omission of ABVP members from the list of accused individuals conspicuously underscores the Proctor's apparent inclination to promote Islamophobia. It is imperative to uphold truth and justice in the face of such blatant manipulation of events.


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