Student’s suicide: No let up in protest at Hyderabad varsity

HYDERABAD (TIP): There was no let up in protests by students at University of Hyderabad, demanding ouster of Vice Chancellor P. Appa Rao over the suicide of a Dalit research scholar as indefinite strike by seven of the protestors continued on January 22.

The revocation of suspension of four Dalit students by the executive council of the central university failed to pacify the students, who say that their prime demand is the resignation of the vice chancellor and action against him, two central ministers and others responsible for the suicide of Rohith Vemula.

The Joint Action Committee (JAC) for social justice, an umbrella organisation of 14 student groups, continued the protest for the fifth consecutive day, ignoring the appeal by the vice chancellor to return to classes and help resume normalcy on the campus.

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