Nine Osmania University students detained for creating ruckus on campus

Tension prevailed at Arts college in Osmania University campus here on Tuesday after ABVP students union tried to organise a public meeting inviting a spiritual leader, Brahmashri Patriji.

Published: 15th November 2017 02:03 AM  |   Last Updated: 15th November 2017 08:59 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

HYDERABAD: Tension prevailed at Arts college in Osmania University campus here on Tuesday after ABVP students union tried to organise a public meeting inviting a spiritual leader, Brahmashri Patriji to hold a mass meditation event.It can be noted that the incident comes after the management of the varsity gave strict orders not to hold any kind of public gatherings or meetings in the campus.

Though the public meeting was stopped after left wing, Dalit, and BC’s students union protested the legitimacy of the meeting, ABVP members, however, argued that a permission was granted by the principal.When the matter was taken to the principal’s office, the office maintained that no such permission was granted.

The irked students then damaged furniture in the office premises. “We have not given any permission and neither did they approach us for any such permission. They have misguided to take the consent of the principal for the meeting,” said Gopal Reddy, Sub-registrar, OU. Police said that there were nine students detained based on a complaint by the principal. “We have taken nine students into detention for creating violence at the campus. Investigation is still on,” said Ashok, CI, OU police station.

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