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Students firm on holding Vidyarthi Garjana at Osmania University Arts College

January 1, 2010

Uncertainty is looming large on the proposed Vidyarthi Garjana on Sunday at Arts College in Osmania University with police denying permission and an equally determined students planning to move the High Court on Tuesday for consent. Continuing their efforts to secure nod for the Garjana, a delegation of students of Osmania University met the Home Minister, Sabita Indra Reddy. However, the students decided to knock the doors of the High Court as the Minister did not respond positively. A delegation of the the JAC of political parties led by its convenor and Professor Kodanda Ram too met the City Police Commissioner B Prasada Rao .

He too reiterated the Government's decision not to allow the meeting prompting the both the JAC's mover to High Court. Earlier, the students' JAC leaders alleged that police deliberately kept their application on hold. They neither rejected the application nor gave permission but resorted to delaying tactics stating it was being examined said the a leader of the JAC. He said however, Vidyarthi Garjana would be held come what may and thousands of students from the districts were eager to attend the meeting.

Vidyarthi Garjana became a fresh issue for confrontation between the police and the students on the campus since the latter announced plans to organize it a week ago urging the Centre to introduce Bill for Telanagana State in Parliament. The same day, police categorically said it would not permit the meeting maintaining that anti social elements would create trouble.


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