New Delhi, Apr 3 (UNI) A DUTA delegation today met Police Commissioner Y S Dadwal and demanded action against police officials who ''assaulted'' agitating association members in B R Ambedkar College on March 28.
The six-member delegation also demanded a vigilance probe into the incident.
The Commissioner assured the delegation that their demands will be considered against errant police officials.
The team comprised DUTA president Aditya Narayan Misra, Vice-President Vinay Kumar Singh, Secretary Dinesh Adlakha, Joint Secretary Sanjay Kumar and Executive Council members Rekha Dayal and Gurmohinder Singh.
The Association has alleged that alleged that the ''assault'' was carried out at the instance of Ambedkar College Principal G K Arora.
On March 28, DUTA members, including women teachers, were staging a sit-in on the college campus in protest against the violation of University Ordinance by the Principal on composition of Lecturer Selection Committee in the English Department.
''Police violence at the instance of Principal G K Arora was unprovoked....DUTA is aghast at the dictatorial and shameless behaviour of the Principal for refusing a dialogue with the DUTA office bearers on statutory position of teacher-incharge on the selection Committee,'' Mr Misra said.
''An attempt has been made to violate the rules, regulations and ordinances of the Delhi University,'' he added.
He alleged that the Principal, police and university officials were working in a ''nexus'' to ''unleash a reign of terror in the college''.
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