President Kovind to attend AMU convocation; student union had this to say
yScheduled to make a visit to the Aligarh Muslim University to attend the convocation ceremony on March 7, President Ram Nath Kovind has been welcomed by the student union of the varsit.
Media reports said that the student union of the prestigious university has said that President Kovind is most welcome to the event but no person with ‘Sanghi’ mindset will be allowed to enter.
The controversy had erupted after it was recalled that in 2010 itself, the President had said Muslims and Christians are alien to country.
The AMU student union stated that though this statement bothers them, they would welcome President Kovind.
However, no other Sanghi mindset people will be allowed to enter in the varsity campus.
President Ram Nath Kovind will be the chief-guest of Aligarh Muslim University’s (AMU) 65th annual convocation scheduled to held on March 7.
President Kovind has accepted the invitation extended to him by AMU Vice Chancellor Professor Tariq Mansoor.