Hyderabad: One hundred and thirty students of the National Institute of Technology (NIT), Srinagar, from the Telugu states reached Delhi on Sunday night. They will stay at the Telangana and Andhra Bhavan before resuming their journey to Secunderabad on Monday.
The students arrived at Delhi in two coaches in a train from Jammu.
They had left the Srinagar college and reached Jammu in special buses arranged by the NIT, after the institute said classes were being shut down.
The district administration later clarified that it had not asked for the NIT to be shut down.
One of the students said, “All of us feel restless. Officials informed us that we would be accommodated in Delhi on Sunday and asked us to rest.
Arrangements are made and by Monday afternoon, our journey will begin to Secunderabad to our respective destinations.”
The students are being helped by the Telangana state government after they requested TRS working president K.T. Rama Rao for over Twitter.
Lauding the administration for their assistance, Mahaeshwar Kumar Yadav, a third semester NIT student, said, “The sudden development left students concerned. We only hope that the situation improves son.”
Mr Moley Parmeshwar Reddy of Andhra Pradesh who was in Delhi said they are expecting the college to start functioning once again after August 15....