JNU activists to move NHRC for protection of HCU students

JNU activists to move NHRC for protection of HCU students

JNU activists to move NHRC for protection of HCU students
JNU students will move the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) on Monday, pleading for protection of the Hyderabad University (HCU) teachers and students.

Led by the JNU students union, a “mass delegation” will seek the NHRC to protect HCU staff and students from the “inhuman treatment” by the “Telangana government”.

Announcing this, the JNUSU also gave an “urgent call” to the people of Delhi to join its “mass delegation” in support of the students and teachers of the Hyderabad University. This comes at a time when the HCU’s Joint Action Committee for Social Justice has already begun a “postcard campaign” on various social media platform with support from students and teachers across the country, appealing people to write to the NHRC about latest police crackdown on the students and teachers.

“On Monday, March 28, join a Mass Delegation, to the NHRC at 2 pm. All civil society organisations, student groups, teachers’ collectives, lawyers’ collectives and human rights groups are requested to support this call,” JNUSU vice-president Shehla Rashid Shora said.
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