OU row: ABVP condemns lathi-charge on campus

ABVP activists from Osmania University condemned the lathi-charge by police on the campus following the suicide of the PG student E Murali, on Thursday and said that they will hold

Published: 08th December 2017 02:27 AM  |   Last Updated: 08th December 2017 09:17 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

HYDERABAD: ABVP activists from Osmania University condemned the lathi-charge by police on the campus following the suicide of the PG student E Murali, on Thursday and said that they will hold a candlelight march for the deceased on December 12. The activists alleged that it was not a suicide but an institutional murder by TRS government which has in three years of its governance not bothered about the unemployed.

“We demand that government recruit one lakh unemployed youth on a priority basis,” said Pagidipally Srihari, ABVP state joint secretary. They have also demanded monetary assistance and a job to a member of Murali’s family. Reacting to police action on campus following protests by students, ABVP has demanded suspension of the DCP, ACP concerned and the inspector of OU police station. “All cases against the students should also be dropped. We demanded removal of police from the campus,” Srihari said.

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