Student groups conflict at University of Hyderabad campus
Hyderabad: The University of Hyderabad (UoH) campus is tensed following a conflict on Saturday between students belonging to the Akhil Bhartathiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) and the Students’ Federation of India. The event took order against the backdrop of the students’ spousal relationship elections in the in or near a center varsity.
According to sources on the campus, the event took order at a hostel after SFI activists earlier roughed up an ABVP activist for allegedly tearing a poster set up by the SFI. Thereafter, he returned with some ABVP activists who attacked their SFI counterparts. An SFI part of a social group was injured in the scuffle. SFI’s in or near a center commission condemned the event and accused the ABVP of trying to instill be afraid of on campus.
“Drunken ABVP thugs tore down our election posters and attacked our activists. They attacked us with glass shards and bicycle rims. Some severely injured Comrades were taken to the hospital. This demonstrates the lumpen character of the ABVP on campuses, as well as the fear that the SFI-led student unions’ victories have instilled in the minds of the ABVP,” alleged VP Sanu, chief executive of a republic, SFI. The police have got booked cases based on complaints lodged by both parties. The police stepped up security on the campus. The vote results are on Saturday eve.