Bhopal: Demanding better facilities and faculty members, the students of All India Institute of Medical Sciences today threw ink at Union Health Minister J P Nadda.
About 50 students, agitated by the facilities provided at the campus, reportedly wanted to meet the Health Minister but were not allowed to by the administration.
“We wanted him (JP Nadda) to hear us out, but he did not stop. We wanted to stop him,” said a student.
The incident occurred when Mr Nadda was walking towards his car to leave the campus; the protesting students tried to talk to him and one of them then threw ink on the minister's white kurta.
The students claim the campus had not been developed properly in the last four years.