Clash Between 2 Groups in University Of Hyderabad Left a Student with Fractured Leg – Report

The Unversity of Hyderabad  is one of the major institutions of higher education in India is largely devoted to postgraduate studies and is widely know for its excellence in research and for its distinguished faculty. The large campus located near Gachibowli,which is the hub of Hyderabad ,  has immense biodiversity and is home to over 75 varieties of bird, not to speak of the lakes and rock formations which give the campus a natural beauty. In that peaceful area, an incident has taken place, on Saturday night,  a clash between two student groups led to leg fracture of the Kailsam Guduri .

Clash Between 2 Groups in University Of Hyderabad Left a Student with Fractured Leg – Report

Clash Between 2 Groups in University Of Hyderabad Left a Student with Fractured Leg - Report
Clash Between 2 Groups in University Of Hyderabad Left a Student with Fractured Leg – Report

A clash between students led to leg fracture in the university of Hyderabad. Kailasam Guduri,  a student of the varsity’s Telugu department held with a leg fracture.It was such a clash between student groups last year which led to the series of events that ultimately resulted in the suicide by Ph.D. scholar Rohith Vemula.

There was a meeting between Dalit student organisations and the member whose left from the University about the ongoing protests and violence in Kashmir. on the same topic, there was a rally by Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi  Parishad(ABVP) on bikes around 25 students participated in the rally.

University of Hyderabad ABVP president Kaluram Palsaniya said that “Amol Singh, his brother Sumel Singh who is not a student of the university were participating in the rally”. By listening to that some outside students started abusing slogans separately like Bharat Mata ki Jai. a clash between both Groups started and due to this one of the student’s leg was fractured, who is identified as Kailsam Guduri, a student of the Varsity’s Telugu department.

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