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    In Gadwal, leaders from Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) and the Progressive Democratic Students Union (PD SU) were arrested by the police and taken to the Gattu police station late at night. This led to anger and protests from the communities. PD SU District President Halim Pasha and District Secretary Sivakumar Mandi criticized the police’s actions, questioning if this was a sign of dictatorship rather than public rule. They demanded the release of an employment calendar and an extension of DSC to at least 45 days for government transparency and accountability regarding Group 1 posts.

    The PD SU and ABVP leaders called for the government to reconsider the ratio of Group 1 posts, ensure justice for gurukula candidates, and provide clarity on vacancies in all departments. They emphasized the importance of a fair process in employment and education sectors. ABVP Gadwal District Convener Suresh stated that illegal arrests will not stop student movements, despite being arrested and taken to Dharur police station. He urged the state government to address ongoing issues in the education sector.

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    Despite facing illegal arrests, ABVP leaders in Gadwal remain determined to continue their movements. They warned that the student community will keep protesting until the Congress government in Telangana is held accountable for neglecting students and the unemployed. In response to preemptive arrests during the TG PSC siege in Hyderabad, protesters are demanding an immediate increase in DSC posts and a three-month extension to prepare.

    Protesters near the Aija police station are also calling for the immediate release of a job calendar to address the grievances of the unemployed and students. The protest involved leaders and activists like Githala Ramudu, Bharat Reddy, Brahmaiah Achari, Jai Bhagat Reddy, and Parashuram. These actions show the ongoing frustration and determination of the student and unemployed communities to hold the government accountable for its promises and actions.

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