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After a section of JNU students allegedly barged into his house and confined his wife inside for several hours, varsity's Vice Chancellor M Jagadesh Kumar said he respected rights of students but the kind of behaviour they showed was despicable. He, however, said that as a head of JNU, he will forgive the students in hope that they will reform themselves. "This is unfortunate. We respect the rights of students, but using unlawful means and behaving in violent way isn't something expected from JNU students. Being a teacher and head of JNU, I'll forgive them. I hope they'll reform themselves," Kumar told ANI.