"From our ministry judicial commission has been set up. We want to tell all students...keep faith...you will get justice. Now there is no need for continuing the agitation," he told reporters on the sidelines of an event here.

He said that based on the report of the judicial commission set up to look into the matter, the HRD Ministry will take necessary steps.

"From the ministry, a two-member fact-finding committee looked into the matter and gave its report. There were some shortcomings/loopholes as per the report. Based on the report, a judicial commission was set up for further inquiry. The commission will do its work and give report in three months. Based on it, the ministry will take necessary steps," he said.

Asked about the demands of the agitating students for removal of the university's Vice Chancellor and withdrawal of case against them (four students), Kushwaha said, "University will look into that. There is no role of the ministry."

Kushwaha was here to attend the inaugural ceremony of Navodaya National Integration Meet. The ministry yesterday decided to set up a judicial commission to look into the matter.

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