BENGALURU: Following Monday’s incident, where unknown miscreants barged into the campus and attacked security staff, Alliance University has tightened their security with the help of police.
On Monday, late in the evening after college hours, over 150 unknown people allegedly barged into the campus with weapons, threatened the staff and also attacked the security personnel, injuring two of them severely.
Speaking about it, Sudhir G Angur, Chancellor of Alliance University, said that classes are going on as usual and there is no disruption for academics. “The classes have been resumed from Monday and were conducted even on Tuesday. There is no question of declaring a holiday. We have doubled our security and 50-60 police personnel are on spot,” added Sudhir.He told Express that they have filed a complaint against Madhukar G Angur for getting miscreants into the campus. “We have also requested state government to help the university implement the court order,” Sudhir said.
“We need state government’s help to implement the court order and follow the law. We have also requested senior police officials and other concerned officials from government to help us. We have filed a complaint of trespassing and life threat,” he explained.Meanwhile, some students are mulling going home after the recent developments.