Recently, Yadav had been involved in a protest against emptying of hostels after the end of the academic term. Some students wanted that they be allowed to stay for some extra days in view of an upcoming exam.
‘Fighting for Students’ Welfare’
Meanwhile, Yadav has labelled the allegations against her as baseless. Claiming that she has been targeted ever since the black flag incident took place last year, she told BBC:
“… There have been allegations that I have several cases against me. But whatever cases have been against me are because I fought for students’ welfare. I have been the topper in the university entrance exam and I got admission here on that basis. However, some people in the university administration are bent on spoiling my career with malicious intent. The only reason for that is that I have been raising my voice against the flaws here.”
The administration is purportedly of the view that if Yadav gives assurance about not engaging in ‘indiscipline’ in the future, her suspension will be revoked.
Active in politics, Yadav has been associated with the Samajwadi Party’s student wing – the Samajwadi Chatra Sabha.