New Delhi, Jan. 15 -- A day after economist Amit Bhaduri resigned as the emeritus professor of Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) as a mark of protest against the recent incidents of violence on campus, other professors emeriti expressed concerns on the situation.

Talking about the January 5 violence in JNU, which left 35 injured, professor emerita Zoya Hasan, who teaches at the School of Social Sciences, said the attack was unprecedented. "The January 5 violence was unprecedented and was clearly orchestrated by Right-wing elements with generous help from the administration," she said.

Drawing parallels between the December 15 violence in Jamia Millia Islamia and the JNU violence earlier this month, she said, "In one university, police ent...