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Educational institutions bandh on Monday in protest against suicides in corporate colleges

Monday, October 16, 2017
Vijayawada


Leaders of various students’ unions questioned the officials why post-mortem on Sri Chaitanya College student Bhargava Reddy’s body was conducted during night hours on Friday.

Doctors performed the autopsy at 8.30pm after obtaining special permission from the District Collector B.Lakshmikantham said the forensic doctors.

The Patamata police said the special permission was taken anticipating law and order problem in the suspicious death of the student. M.Mahesh, SFI State vice-president said that the post-mortem was conducted in a hurry only to hush up the case as the body was shifted immediately on Friday night.

The police who acted with bias, arrested the agitating student leaders at Sri Chaitanya College. But not even a single case was filed against the college management or the principal. When there was no law and order problem in the city, why did the Collector give special permission, the leaders asked.

Meanwhile, leaders of YSRCP, SFI and other unions called for a State-wide educational institutions bandh on October 16 protesting against the suicides in corporate and private colleges.


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