AMU shocked over denial of minority status by the Center, VC announces to fight
ALIGARH: The Vice Chancellor of Aligarh Muslim University, Lt. Gen. Zameer Udin Shah today presided over a joint meeting of members of AMU Court, Executive Council, Academic Council and office bearers of various teaching and non-teaching bodies. The meeting was held to take the stock of situation following the hearing of AMU minority status case in the Supreme Court of India.
Shedding light on the developments pertaining to the minority status case, the Vice Chancellor reiterated that it was the first priority of the University and the AMU is making meaningful efforts to this effect.
Expressing unstinted faith in countryâ€™s judiciary, Pro-Vice Chancellor, Brig. S. Ahmad Ali said that AMU has already made adequate preparation regarding this case and we will put up our stand with full confidence in the next hearing of the case in the Supreme Court, which is slated for April 4.
All the members present in the meeting expressed full solidarity with the University administration and made appropriate suggestions regarding the minority status case. It was decided that cooperation of all sections will be sought in this matter.