University in Gujarat bans religious activities after video of student offering namaz goes viral

Maharaja Sayajirao University in Vadodara, Gujarat, has banned religious activities on the national team’s premises after a video of a female student serving catfish inside the university campus went viral on Monday.

University authorities have also launched a high-level investigation to recognize and deal with a student who was seen serving catfish in a video.

The ban on religious activities of any kind on university campuses applies to both students and faculty.

According to a notice issued by the Dean of the Faculty of Science Haribai Katariah, as Vadodara is a major institute of higher education, “it is undesirable to observe any kind of religious activity on the premises of the Faculty.”

Notify all students and faculty that religious activities are not permitted on the premises. “Breach of this directive shall result in appropriate disciplinary action,” the notice read.

Sources told India Today that a female student served catfish on Friday and the video went viral on Monday.Several Hindu groups have had three similar incidents in two months Later, he objected to serving catfish on the varsity grounds.

The source added that a commission of inquiry would meet to take necessary action against the female students.

The university has its origins in Baroda College, founded in 1881 by the State of Baroda.

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