ABVP activists stage dharna seeking action on police

first_imgVizianagaram: ABVP leaders staged a dharna at the SP office demanding to act against police officers for illegally arresting ABVP activists on Friday. The police on Friday arrested some ABVP activists for staging dharna in front of a private school and for damaging some school busses for running classes even on Sunday. Later, the police arrested the students’ union leaders and presented them in front of media with masks covered to their face and head. Even the BJP leaders like B Sivaprasad Reddy and others also participated in the dharna and objected to the behavior of police towards the students. “It is totally unethical and unlawful to cover students faces with masks as if they are most wanted criminals. Is it a right way to treat the students like this?” they questioned. They demanded the government to act on those police officers, who are responsible for the incident.last_img read more



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Amid testing times Congress needs young and energetic

first_imgAgainst the backdrop of the political crisis in Karnataka and Goa, senior Congress leader Jyotiraditya Scindia on Thursday said that the party is facing testing times and needs an immediate revival through a young and energetic leadership. “We need to strengthen the Congress in this hour of tension. A serious situation has arisen after Rahul’s Gandhi’s decision to quit as the party president. There is a need of young and energetic party chief who could communicate his energy throughout the country,” said Scindia. Also Read – Dehydrated elephant being given treatment Advertise With Us “The party must move ahead together on the path shown by Rahul Gandhi to win back the trust of the country again,” he added. The senior leader expressed confidence that the Congress-JDS coalition government would survive despite BJP’s efforts to topple it. “The only intention of BJP is to murder and destroy democracy They did the same thing in Goa, Arunachal Pradesh, and Manipur as well. I have full faith that the Congress-JDS government will survive in Karnataka,” said Scindia Scindia recently resigned from the post of Congress’ general secretary. A day after that, posters had emerged outside the party’s state office here on Tuesday appealing to Rahul Gandhi to appoint him as the next party president. The appeal was made on the behalf of all Madhya Pradesh Congress Committee workers.last_img read more



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