New Delhi, Oct 1 (UNI) The Centre today assured the Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) Authorities of all help in cleansing the campus of criminal and undesirable elements and restoring the prestige and glory of the institution.
The assurance was given to AMU Executive and Court member Wasim Ahmad, who called on Home Minister Shivraj Patil here.
Mr Ahmad apprised the Minister of the situation prevailing in the university in the context of murder of three University students.
He told him that the Executive Council had decided to entrust a retired Supreme Court judge with the inquiry into the incidents of last one year.
Mr Ahmad said here that the Home Minister said the Government too wanted peace in the campus and would extend all possible help to the authorities to maintain it.
Earlier, an AMU delegation led by Vice Chancellor Prof Abdul Azis had called on Union Human Resource Development Minister Arjun Singh and demanded central forces for the University's security.