No evidence that late GNLU student Jumika Yeptho took drugs, but director allegedly used memorial to rail against drugs

At least 50 GNLU Gandhinagar students coordinated to send separate protest emails to director Dr Bimal Patel last night over his unsolicited lecture against drug use during the memorial service for student Jumika Yepthowho died of tuberculosis meningitis on Thursday.

According to several sources, it is understood that during a memorial service held by the college for Yeptho on yesterday (Friday 27 October), following two minutes of silence for the late Increasing Diversity by Increasing Access (IDIA) scholar, Patel continued to hold a lecture for 5 to 10 minutes about drug abuse.

Since student bar associations are forbidden at…

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