Congress MLA Jagga Reddy questions Telangana government's silence over Inter results, demands justice
The MLA, along with NSUI leaders, staged a protest in front of Board of Intermediate Education (BIE) at Nampally where he demanded Rs 25 ex gratia to families of those students who committed suicide.
Response to the bandh call issued by National Students Union India (NSUI) and other left-leaning unions was partial on Monday.
President of NSUI’s Odisha unit Yasir Nawaj alleged that police entered the Congress Bhawan and beat up the party activists mercilessly as a result of which, several of them were injured.
The alleged police action came when NSUI activists tried to climb barricades put up to stop them from marching towards Chouhan's residence and lay siege there.
The Union Minister was on way to attend a school function in Naugaon when his vehicle was attacked with eggs by a group of local student Congress workers.
Nawaj demanded resignation of Union Minister Ajay Mishra as his son is allegedly involved in an incident in which farmers were mowed down.
After Jaipur BJP president Raghav Sharma informed the police about the incident, police personnel rushed to the spot and caught seven people.
Ending weeks of suspense, the AICC on Saturday officially announced that NSUI State president, Balmoor Venkat Narsing Rao, would be the Congress candidate for the Huzurabad byelection.
Terminating the nurses who have chosen to work for the public during the Covid pandemic instead of rewarding them is very unfortunate, said NSUI Telangana state president Balmoor Venkat.
NSUI leaders said they will set a helpline for Covid-affected students who are unable to pay their annual fees.
The National Students' Union of India (NSUI) put up the posters under the campaign at the Delhi University on Tuesday and will also put them up at other varsities.
The Indian Youth Congress, in a statement, said the day was observed as 'Sewa Diwas' as part of which financial assistance was offered to the unemployed and disabled people.
The “cancel exams save lives” campaign garnered the support of hundreds of students online and was among the top trending topics on Twitter.
The BJP had hit out at the Congress on Tuesday over an alleged toolkit of the opposition party, saying it wants to tarnish the image of the country and Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
The student leader on Wednesday filed the report at Parliament Street police station alleging that the minister has “disappeared amid the pandemic and the citizens are in a crisis”.