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Another student commits suicide for Telangana

November 7, 2011
Hyderabad

Another suicide has been committed for the cause of Telangana state. A student at Mancherial in Adilabad committed suicide by falling under a train. Nayakini Naresh, 24, is a student of Osmania University studying second year in MA Hindi. He hails from Chintaguda of Kagaznagar mandal. In the suicide note addressed to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi, Naresh mentioned that he is distressed over the delay in formation of the Telangana State and urged them to carve out the new State immediately. He mentioned that if the Telangana state is formed, many of unemployed people in the region would find jobs.

Suicide triggers tension at OU campus

The students of the Osmania University staged a rally mourning the death of Naresh. The students initially planned the rally from Arts College towards NCC Gate. However, they changed the plan and headed towards the OU Police Station. They squatted on the roads and raised pro Telangana slogans. The police tried to prevent the rally from entering the English and Foreign Languages University gates, however students who gathered near the compound wall of B.Ed college hurled stones at the Police. The police fired teargas shells to disperse the students. The clash between the students and the police lasted over an hour. The Osmania Students will observe bandh on Tuesday.

Telangana activists protest

After performing postmortem, the police has shifted the body to an undisclosed location. This angered the Telangana activists. Sirpur MLA Kaveti Sammaiah, Chennuru MLA Nallala Odelu, TRS East district president Puranam Satish and other telangana leaders staged protest and rasta roko. After a while, the police returned with the body and handed it over to the activists. A large number of activists joined the procession at Kagaznagar. A motor cycle rally is also staged by the Telangana JAC.

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