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A lecturer from ABES College expelled a student from a cultural festival for addressing the crowd with “Jai Shri Ram”;


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Why did you raise the Jai Shri Ram chant? Do you attend the university for this? This program focuses on culture. This can’t be permitted. Out. A student from ABES was reprimanded for addressing the audience with the phrase “Jai Shri Ram” and was instructed to leave.

On the 20th of October, a student from ABES College of Engineering in Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh, found themselves reprimanded by an assistant professor during a college cultural festival and student induction program. The professor, identified as Mamata Gautam by social media users, scolded the student for greeting the audience with a courteous “Jai Shri Ram.”

The incident gained attention after a video of a lecturer ranting at a student, who was allegedly Gautam, went viral online. The student was reprimanded by Gautam, who asked, “Why did you raise the slogan of Jai Shri Ram? Do you attend the university for this? This program focuses on culture. This can’t be permitted. Get out, please.” The student later explained that he was merely responding to the audience’s cries of “Jai Shri Ram.”


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