FTII fight: Arvind Kejriwal offers students temporary space to conduct classes

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New Delhi, Aug 19: Offering help to the agitated students of FTII, Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday said that he was shocked to see the plight of the students and has offered temporary space to them to conduct their classes.

Kejriwal tweeted and said that till the time the Central government agrees to their demand, they can conduct classes in the Capital.

Also read: Midnight swoop: Five agitating FTII students arrested

Kejriwal jumps into FTII fight

In case the Central government doesn't agree, the temporary space will be created into a full fledged institute and students can carry on their classes from here, Kejriwal added.

Kejriwal said that the government was destroying the reputation of a systematic institution.

Meanwhile,In a post-midnight swoop, Maharashtra Police arrested five students of FTII from the campus for rioting, damaging properties and other charges.

The arrests came after a group of striking students confined FTII Director Prashant Pathrabe and other staffers in his office for eight hours.

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