JNU will not start Islamic terrorism Course

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The registrar of JNU in a letter addressed to Jamiat Ulam-i-Hind refutes any such plan

New Delhi, July 5, 2018:- Mr. Paramod Kumar, registrar of JNU in a letter addressed to Maulana Mahmod Madani, General Secretary of Jamiat Ulama-i-Hind has clarified that there is no plan for starting courses on Islamic terrorism in JNU. He also went on clarifying that JUN never made any such plan.

 It is to be noted that in May this year, it was reported in a section of Media that JNU was planning to start a course on Islamic terrorism. In response to such widely published report, Maulana Mahmood Madani had lodged his protest by shooting off a letter addressed to Minister of Human Resources, Vice-Chancellor of JNU and its Chancellor. Maulana Madani had vehemently criticized any such move and termed it a deep conspiracy for maligning the image of Islam. Maulana Madani had also threatened JNU administration for taking legal course action if this controversial decision was not taken back. In wake of this, Mr. Pramod Kumar, registrar of JNU while responding to the letter of Maulana Madani has clarified that there is no such plan to start courses on Islamic terrorism.

After receiving clarification, Maulana Madani while expressing his satisfaction said that now there was no need at all for taking any action against JNU administration.  He also expressed his optimism that JNU will continue to maintain its secular credential and high academic standard.

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