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Gujarat University spends Rs 3 lacs monthly for VC’s Security

Updated on Tue, 02 October 2012 at 11:51 IST

The Gujarat University has decided to spent Rs 3 lakh for the security cover of the Vice-Chancellor.

The total amount of the risk cover of Dr Pal includes four bouncers, five gunman, three police station officers and 11 security guards.

Gujarat University is going to spend Rs 36 lakhs annually to "protect" the VC. The bills put up with the varsity varsity finance department states that the expense of hiring four bouncers comes to Rs 95000, while Rs 84000 to the payment of 3 PSOs, Rs 80000 for five gunmans,and Rs 50000 for the 11 guards those posted near the VC's cabin, corridor, and metal grille, said the registrar Arvind Bhandari.

According to the Bhandari he said, "It's not a question of the amount being high or not for amount of security demanded by the VC."

Former syndicate member Manish Doshi said that the new VC is spending money on security like CM Narendra Modi. He also said, it's was a matter of shame for any VC to spend such huge amount of students money on security, the amount should be spent in developing new infrastructure for students, providing scholarships and welfare of students.

 
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