Student leaders allege VC and former registrar working against students

WARANGAL: Leaders of Kakatiya University JAC on Friday urged the state government to conduct job-related examinations only after constituting the new committee of TSPSC.

The leaders alleged that the university vice-chancellor and registrar were behind the police cases against the students and warned the university officials of an intensification of their agitation if the latter failed to mend their ways.

In a statement here, KU JAC chairman Tirupathi Yadav, who is TGBV general secretary, alleged that the present VC T Ramesh was against the Telangana agitation.

The JAC leaders alleged that registrar Srinivas Rao who belongs to Andhra Pradesh harassed the students by arresting and filing false cases against them.

The leaders said the state government was playing with the future of 30 lakh unemployed youths without arresting the TSPSC chairman and its members. They demanded the immediate arrest of the guilty and filing of a case against them.

In a statement issued here, PDSU state general secretary Adampaka Vijaykanna alleged that both the VC and registrar were against the Telangana agitation but now both were working against the students.

He alleged that university officials with the support of the BRS government were suppressing the students and their democratic agitations by using the police force.

The Congress party has extended its support to the student leaders. Congress leader and former Karimnagar MP Ponnam Prabhakar visited the Kakatiya University campus and extended solidarity to the agitating student leaders on Friday. Police released the arrested students a while later.

( Source : Deccan Chronicle. )
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