A decision to give special moderation to B.Tech students was taken in a meeting of MGU syndicate held on April 30, 2019.
Thakur was at Kamla Nehru police station in Bhopal and officials were holding a discussion with her, a senior police official said.
According to the bill, whoever insults Mahatma Gandhi or other icons of the freedom movement shall be punished with imprisonment for a term of seven years.
Students claim that the decision to drop non-vegetarian menu items was allegedly done at the behest of the new VC Rajneesh Kumar Shukla, who reportedly said "it would render the mess kitchens impure"
Ganesh Murthy, who was under treatment for jaundice, died due to the impact of the fall, said doctors who tried to revive him.
The embarrassing error appeared in a 45-minute model test paper to prepare weak students before they appear for the final exams.
That she could be a street fighter but is not cut out for politics is as clear as daylight, as her views on contentious issues echo those of the fringe.
Amid opposition ruckus, Pragya Thakur made a fresh statement in Lok Sabha, apologising for her remarks on Godse.
The action comes amid a raging row over BJP Lok Sabha MP Pragya Singh Thakur's remarks on Mahatma Gandhi's assassin Nathuram Godse in the Lok Sabha on Wednesday.
Bhopal MP Thakur on Friday tendered an apology in Lok Sabha but said her remarks on Godse have been twisted.
The Bhopal MP also said she was dubbed as a terrorist despite being acquitted by a court.
Thakur created a controversy on Wednesday with her remark yesterday during DMK member A Raja's narration of a statement by Nathuram Godse before a court on why he killed Mahatma Gandhi.
Earlier, Thakur had described Godse as a 'patriot', triggering a huge political storm with PM Narendra Modi saying he would never forgive her.
'We are inspired by the people of Manchester for their strength, decency and community in the face of this unparalleled tragedy,' the statement noted.
Anant Kumar Pattnaik said people, who had not seen Mahatma but were aware of his teachings, were greatly inspired and many were put behind bars for their literature which were banned by British.