We sit on an indefinite protest against corruption, arbitrary decision-making, protectors of sexual predators, against our vice chancellor and his lackeys.
Several students oppose the new ban on public gatherings and the presence of police and paramilitary forces at the gates.
JNU's administration appears to be complicit in this process and failing in its duty to defend its own university and its democratic culture, said the teacher's association.
Hostel wardens are indefinitely limiting outsiders' entry into campus as both Left and ABVP members allege being attacked by the other side.
While the college administration conceded some demands after three days of protest, it added some conditions that students want removed.
After losing councillor seats in their strongholds, ABVP members resorted to assaulting students and breaking a building's glass doors – all to disrupt the vote counting process.