Nine women from Bahujan, tribal and Muslim communities have accused Pinjra Tod of appropriating their voices to appear inclusionary.
Pinjra Tod members managed to disrupt this year's worshipping but the men resorted to playing 'holi' instead.
'Our youngsters are at liberty – and constitutionally protected – to do whatever they want as long as they are not in conflict with the law of the land'.
The 13-day-long protest continues as section 144 was imposed on the campus yesterday.
The students have been protesting since August last year when the administration abruptly increased the bus fare from Rs 1,000 per year to Rs 1,000 per month.
Emoji may be becoming more inclusive, but greater engagement with those that they intend to represent is still needed.
Universities are now crowded with police personnel and even tanks, so where's the space for free academic debate?