Students clash over meeting on 'Kashmir issue' at Hyderabad University campus

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Hyderabad, July 18: Kashmir unrest reaches HCU campus when two groups of students after a meeting on "Kashmir situation."

Vice-Chancellor Vipin Srivastava said that a group of 15 students and two faculty members gathered at the shopping complex on the campus last evening and conducted a meeting on the "Kashmir issue", despite restrictions from the University Security Officer.

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Shrivastava said, "Despite requests by the security officer, the meeting continued with speeches. Later, another section of students, objected to the meeting and a scuffle broke out resulting in minor injuries to two or three of them (from both the groups). A student also alleged that 30 students belonging to ABVP attacked him brutally. ABVP membersin turn alleged that Singh and his friends assaulted them causing fracture to leg of one of Kailasam.

Singh claimed, "Around 30 ABVP students led by Susheel Kumar, took out a bike rally raising 'Bharat Mata ki Jai' slogan and they abused me and beat me up near the hostel. I was later taken to a hospital by my friends. They mistook to me to a Kashmiri student and assaulted me."

ABVP leader Nandanam Susheel Kumar alleged that the sgroup of students raised separatists slogans after meeting on Kashmir issue, following which they objected to it.

Meanwhile Vice Chancellor Srivastava said,"Classes are starting from tomorrow and new students are also joining and I want to reassure the parents of the wards nothing to worry about."

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