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Girls should know how to draw lines between their male friend, ICC statement on JNU’s new circular controversy

Special Correspondent, New Delhi
Some student groups have objected to the advisory of Jawaharlal Nehru University’s Internal Complaints Committee (ICC) on sexual harassment. In this, girls have been advised to avoid sexual harassment. It has been said in this advisory that many cases of sexual harassment have come before the ICC, which are cases of close friends.

Girls guilty of sexual harassment
On this advisory of the ICC, AISA says that the JNU administration wants to say through the ICC that if sexual harassment happens, then the guilty are girls. This is Victim Blaming. The ICC is also going to hold a counseling session on January 27 regarding sexual harassment.

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Boys and girls will be made aware
The ICC says that counseling will be held every month to make students, both girls and boys, aware of sexual harassment. ICC officials say that both girls and girls should be aware of their limits of friendship. Girls should also know where the boundaries are being crossed and when they have to interrupt their friend.

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JNU Advisory
There has been a controversy over an advisory of the internal complaints committee of JNU. In this advisory, girls have been asked to keep distance from boys to avoid sexual harassment. The committee said that there have been many cases where sexual harassment took place between close friends. Boys usually (sometimes intentionally, sometimes unintentionally) cross the line between friendship and sexual harassment. Girls should know how to draw a real line to prevent such incidents. Many student organizations have opposed this advisory.

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