ABVP Students Burnt TS Govt Effigy At Osmania University Demanding Resignation Of Harish Rao
Hyderabad, Feb 28 (Maxim News): ABVP students burnt the effigy of Chief Minister K.Chandrasekhar Rao’s government on the issue of the death of Dr. Preethi in the Kakatiya Medical College alleging that in spite of the death of Dr. Preethi the state government is maintaining silence with the aim to protect the accused in the case. They also demanded that the Minister for Medical, Health, and Family Welfare T. Harish Rao should resign.
During the protest, the ABVP students alleged that the University authorities are giving false information about Preeti’s incident to protect the accused. They demanded that a thorough inquiry should be conducted by the sitting High Court Judge and that the accused should be severely punished. (Maxim News)
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