Press Trust of India|Jun 23, 2023
DU’s Hansraj College stopped serving non-veg food, no complaints from students: Report
Hansraj College principal said that the administration did not receive any complaints from students against the decision to not serve non-vegetarian food.
NEW DELHI: Delhi University’s Hansraj College has stopped serving non-vegetarian food in college hostel and canteen after offline classes resumed post COVID-19 pandemic, according to the ANI report.
“I don't remember when exactly the serving of non-veg food was stopped. It was 3-4 years back, but the committee must have had a word with students before taking the decision and then the decision must have taken to stop serving non-veg food,” ANI quoted principal of Hansraj College Rama.
Hansraj College principal further said that the administration did not receive any complaints from students against the decision to not serve non-vegetarian food. The facility of serving non-veg food in the college canteen was stopped after the COVID-19 outbreak, she added.
"Administration didn't receive any complaints against the decision to serve veg food only. No student has complained about it. In our college canteen, non-veg food was never served, Rama said," ANI reported.
Delhi University's Hansraj College has stopped serving non-vegetarian food to students in the canteen or hostel after the offline mode of study resumed after the Covid pandemic (14.01) pic.twitter.com/BDXC0fmolY— ANI (@ANI) January 15, 2023
Last year in April, after a clash between two student groups during Ram Navami, Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) clarified that there is no bar on serving non-vegetarian food.
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