Nirmal, June 21 (Hydnow): Basara Students called off their week-long protest following the assurance given by Education Minister Sabitha Indra Reddy on the campus on Monday midnight.
After the Education Minister’s assurance, lectures resumed duties and students trooped back into the classrooms on Tuesday.
Sabitha Indra Reddy assured that all the demands raised by students will be resolved in a time-bound manner and also promised to take steps to release grants Rs 5.60 crore immediately to improve infrastructure of the university.
With students continuing the protest for the last six days, Education Minister Sabitha Indra Reddy, Education secretary Vakati Karun and in-charge RGUKT Vice-Chancellor Rahul Bojja, local MLA G Vittal Reddy and Collector Musharraf Ali Faruqui came to the campus at around 9.30 PM and held discussions with students.
During the discussion, students insisted to give an assurance in a written format, however the Minister declined the proposal and said she was giving the promise as the head of the Education department and all problems would be resolved in a phased manner, mostly in a month.
After conducting the discussions at an auditorium in the campus for more than three hours upto 12.30 AM, the students told the media that they decided to withdraw their protest after the Minister assured them that their problems would be resolved in a phased manner.
With this, Sabitha Indra Reddy expressed happiness over the fruitful of deliberations with students and said the government would definitely address their list of 12 demands. (Hydnow)
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