Afsara Anika Meem, who hails from
The notice, which was delivered under Section 3 of Foreigner’s Act, 1946, states that Meem, a Bangladeshi national, must leave India within 15 days after receiving the notice for “anti-India activities.” No compliance to the letter will lead to prosecution, the letter said.
The woman had enrolled in the Bachelor of Design in 2018. According to sources, the girl received the notice dated February 14 on Wednesday.
Students said that Meem had allegedly shared some Facebook posts which was against CAA inside the campus in December, and has been trolled on social media since then.
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