Andhra Pradesh Human Rights Commission(HRC) has issued a notice to Apparao Podile, Hyderabad who is being investigated in the case filed over the death of Rohith Vemula. A Complaint was filed by Namrata Jaiswal and Ramu Goud of the Telangana AAP. AAP has approached the commission when the non-teaching staff began to protest the vandalism of university property by boycotting their duties.
They said that the UoH authorities had closed all the hostel messes, which affected over 5,000 students, leaving them with no water and food. They wrote that the varsity administration also barred media from entering the institution’s premises and cut of Internet connectivity.
The main complaint of the AAP members: 

  • The University of Hyderabad authorities have shut down the messes which is affecting over 5000 students. No food and water too.
  • The UoH authorities are not allowing media inside the campus. All the above violations are leading to great suffering and blatant violation of human rights.
  • The authorities even cut down internet connections for the students and the faculty.

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