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Opposition members condemn police action against JNU students

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 19 November 2019
Raising the issue during Zero Hour, Saugata Roy (TMC), T N Prathapan (Congress) and Danish Ali (BSP) accused the government of using force to suppress the voice of students who are demanding total rollback of hostel fee hike.
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