Night long protest at HCU; Rohith’s mother joins protest

| Thursday, March 24, 2016 - 18:22
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Kanhaiya Kumar

Night long protest at HCU

Hyderabad: Jawaharlal Nehru University Student Union (JNUSU) President Kanhaiya Kumar who was out on bail after alleged sedition charges over an anti-national event that was held inside JNU campus on February 9 is expected to visit Kendriya Vidyalaya in Vijaywada today. Kanhaiya is currently on a two-day visit to Hyderabad and Vijayawada. 
Face-off between students and administration continues for the third day at University of Hyderabad. Last night, Rohith Vemula’s mother sat on a Dharna inside the campus till 1am in the morning. 
Kumar was earlier barred from the university after the varsity registrar wrote to the police there.
(Also Read: Man throws slipper at Kanhaiya Kumar in Hyderabad)
Kanhaiya Kumar speaking at Hyderabad Central University said, “JNU’S agitation is an extension of justice for Rohith. Government wanted to silence our voices. There is a similarity between HCU and JNU in the context of attack on autonomy of universities and fight for social justice. Government is trying to silence our voices.
Earlier during the day, a shoe was thrown at student leader Kanhaiya Kumar before he addressed a conference in Hyderabad this morning. 
BJP leader Siddharth Nath Singh said, “Hyderabad university issue relates to the state of Hyderabad and it relates to law and order. The law and order is the state subject, therefore it for the KCR’s government to decide whether the action taken in regard to Kanhaiya was right or wrong. 

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Kanhiya visiting hyderabad

Doubts are increasing, about existence of law in this country. Therefore, Nationalist Indians acting directly has began, with some people throwing slippers at this Anti-India and /or Naxal and /or Moist to be. God save this country and ensure this chap & his gang, soon face MORE aggressive actions from nationalist Indians.

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