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BJP MLA in Rajasthan Claims JNU a Hub of 'Sex and Drugs'

Besides this, 2,000 liquor bottles as also over 3,000 beer cans and bottles are daily detected in the campus, he claimed.

Published: 23rd February 2016 06:55 PM  |   Last Updated: 23rd February 2016 07:08 PM   |  A+A-

By PTI

ALWAR: Amidst the raging JNU row, a BJP MLA has stoked a fresh controversy alleging that the premier university is a hub of sex and drugs where over 3,000 used condoms and 2,000 liquor bottles are daily found.           

Gyandev Ahuja, BJP MLA from Ramgarh in Rajasthan's Alwar district, alleged that those studying in JNU were indulging in all these "illicit" activities. "More than 10,000 butts of cigarettes and 4,000 pieces of beedis are found daily in the JNU campus. 50,000 big and small pieces of bones are left by those eating non-vegetarian food. They gorge on meat...these anti-nationals. 2,000 wrappers of chips and namkeen are found, as also 3,000 used condoms - the misdeeds they commit with our sisters and daughters there. And 500 used contraceptive injections are also found."   

Besides this, 2,000 liquor bottles as also over 3,000 beer cans and bottles are daily detected in the campus, he claimed. "Who drinks it? Takes a guess," he said. The BJP MLA went on to claim that "Students are mostly found taking drugs after 8 p.m. inside the campus. Those studying in JNU are not children, many are parents of even two children.

They indulge in peace protests in the mornings and during the nights, they perform obscene dance," he said during a protest march on Monday in Alwar attacking JNU students.

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