Not sexist, says AMU VC on not allowing girls in Maulana Azad Library

AMU VC justifies on sexist remark
Aligarh, Nov 11: Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) Vice Chancellor Lieutenant General Zameer Uddin Shah said on Tuesday he is not "sexist" and did not want to segregate girls.

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According to reports, Shah Monday turned down a demand of students of Women's College for access to the university's Maulana Azad Library, saying that there would be "four times more boys" in the library if girls were allowed in.

"These reports are completely wrong. I said there is no space for even a single seat in that library. We are not sexist and we also want women empowerment and certainly don't want to segregate our girls," Shah said.

Defending himself, Shah added: "In the women's college we have given grants of Rs 11 lakh so that the library could be improved with air conditioners like in the Maulana Azad library. Every book which is there at Maulana Library is already available online for the girls."


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