Government suppressing students’ voice: TVV

Government suppressing students’ voice: TVV
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Telangana Vidhyarthi Vedika (TVV) district general secretary B Maddileti alleged that the government was trying to suppress the voice of those leaders, who were questioning it for adopting anti-peoples polices in the State.

Karimnagar: Telangana Vidhyarthi Vedika (TVV) district general secretary B Maddileti alleged that the government was trying to suppress the voice of those leaders, who were questioning it for adopting anti-peoples polices in the State.

Speaking at a meeting held with TVV representatives here on Tuesday, Maddileti said TVV leaders had played a key role during the Telangana movement and faced a lot of hardships and some of them even sacrificed their lives for achieving separate Statehood of Telangana.

The TVV decided to organise two-day State-level conference on December 20 and 21 here at a private function hall and took permission for the same ten days ago. But the government had cancelled the permission without a valid reason and threatened the owners of the function hall not to permit for organising conference, he alleged.

The conference is aimed at discussing various issues pertaining to education sector along with KG to PG free education. But the government was behaving stubbornly and was suppressing the voice of students union, he criticised.

“The State committee members consulted the High Court to grant permission for organising the conference. We have a lot of hope on the judiciary and will follow the suggestions given by the High Court”. TVV representatives Mencha Sandeep, Mahesh, Suryudu, Pandu, Srinu, Raju, Balaram, Kranthi and Suresh were present along with others.

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