ABVP and BJYM leaders here have alleged that non-Muslim hostel boarders at the Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) were not provided breakfast and lunch during Ramzan but the authorities asserted that lunch is served to students of any religion “on demand” during the holy month.
Vinay Varshney, a BJYM pioneer, yesterday had asserted that by denying breakfast and lunch to Hindu guests, the college specialists were “in a roundabout way convincing them to watch quick amid Ramzan”.
AMU specialists, be that as it may, said while studnets not watching the month-long quick may have been hindered amid the initial couple of days of Ramzan, there has dependably been an arrangement wherein a lodging guest, be it non-Muslim or Muslim, is given lunch “on request”.
A senior college official has affirmed that the HRD service has looked for a composed elucidation on this matter.
Jasim Mohammad, media consultant to the AMU vice- chancellor, told