JNU Protests Continue: Why the Partial Fee Rollback isn’t Enough

The JNU Executive Council announced a partial rollback of hostel fees, yet there are  still protests. Why, exactly?

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The Jawaharlal Nehru University students’ union took out a protest march to the Parliament on 18 November — the first day of the winter session of the parliament – against a massive hike in their hostel fees.

Technically, the demands for a rollback of the hostel fee hike has been going on for three weeks, leading to the bigger protest only earlier last week.

And soon after the protest, the hike was partially rolled back, yet the students are out in the streets protesting – why, exactly? Tune in to The Big Story for more!

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