Kanhaiya Kumar had on Tuesday said that he and his supporters in JNU will burn fake HLEC report which decided to slap him with a fine of Rs 10,000 and rusticated Umar Khalid and Anirban Bhattacharya.”The high-level inquiry committee is undemocratic. The people targetted aren’t being given a chance to express their stand. The high-level inquiry committee is casteist, we do not heed its report and it’s actions demanded. Today at Azadi Chowk at 4.00 pm. We will burn the fake HLEC report and will fight back against the anti-social justice admin of JNU,” he said.<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>JNU students Umar Khalid and Anirban Bhattacharya had on Monday said the decision to rusticate them from the varsity was “unacceptable” and termed as “farce” the inquiry by a high-level committee even as the students’ union threatened a countrywide campaign on the matter.In his reaction, JNU students’ union president Kanhaiya Kumar, who has been slapped with a fine of Rs 10,000 by the varsity administration, said the punitive action handed down on the basis of a “farcical” probe was “simply unacceptable” and that the Union rejects it.Terming the decision against them as “unacceptable”, Anirban and Umar alleged the authority’s action amounted to a “witch-hunt” under the “diktats” of RSS.”The JNU administration declares its allegiance to RSS, once again! After allowing police to enter campus to unleash the worst repression…now the JNU admin has come down with its own list of punishments. A farce is what this inquiry has been from day one, made to witch-hunt and punish students by hook or crook. Do we need to remind you, Mr Jagdish Kumar (JNU VC) that unlike you the students and teachers of this campus are not pliant stooges of the RSS,” Umar posted on Facebook.JNUSU vice president Shehla Rashid Shora said, “We will launch a countrywide campaign to expose this government s anti-student, anti-Dalit character.”Shehla said the action against the students was based on “sheer vendetta and a biased inquiry” and “one-sided” statements from ABVP members.”The VC is taking directions from the Central govt. He should have acted first as an academician and then as an RSS loyalist. Rakesh Bhatnagar, the head of the committee, is the treasurer of anti-reservationist Youth for Equality, and most students who have been punished belong to Dalit, Muslim and backward castes,” she said.JNU on Monday slapped a fine of Rs 10,000 on JNUSU president Kumar and rusticated PhD scholars Umar and Anirban for varying duration in connection with the controversial February 9 event for which they were charged with sedition, an action which had triggered widespread outrage and protests.Based on the findings of a committee, Umar has been rusticated for one semester and slapped with a fine of Rs 20,000, Anirban has been rusticated till July 15. With agency inputs.