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JNU violence: Professor C P Chandrasekhar quits statistics committee

Chandrasekhar, who has served on key statistical panels in the past both as a chairman and member, tendered his resignation through an e-mail at around 9 pm on Monday

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JNUSU | JNU students | JNU Protest

Somesh Jha  |  New Delhi 



Professor C P Chandrasekhar
Prof C P Chandrasekhar said he will not be able to serve on the committee under current circumstances

A day after violence broke out in the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) on Sunday, one of its professors, C P Chandrasekhar, resigned from a government-appointed committee, which was set to hold its first meeting to review India’s economic data.

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First Published: Tue, January 07 2020. 00:38 IST

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