The police said it may be the handiwork of some mischievous student.
New Delhi: Tension prevailed for a brief moment in the premises of Delhi School of Economics on Saturday late evening when a group of students allegedly saw “ISIS slogans” written on a wall in the Delhi University institute.
Following this, Ankit Sangwan, DUSU secretary and a member of the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP), filed a complaint with the police though no FIR has been registered yet. The police said it may be the handiwork of some mischievous student. However, it is still verifying the content. Mr Sangwan approached the police after a few students allegedly informed him about the writing on the wall.
“I found ‘I am SYN ISIS’ written on the wall, which means that an organisation like ISIS is to be supported,” Mr Sangwan wrote in his complaint at the Maurice Nagar police station. He further alleged that other slogans such as ‘Justice for Naxals,’ ‘AFSPA,’ and ‘Azadi’ were also seen painted on the walls of the department of social work.
“I request you to not only take strict action against those responsible, but also paint these walls,” said Mr Sangwan in his written complaint.
The Delhi police acknowledged getting the complaint. “We have received the complaint, and we will look into the matter,” said North DCP, Jatin Narwal. The police further said that a team will visit the university on Monday and will speak with the college authorities.