Sabitha Indra Reddy Urges IIT Basara Students to Stop Agitation

16 Jun, 2022 17:32 IST|Sakshi Post

Adilabad:  As tensions continue to escalate at IIIT Basara with students protesting for appointment of a permanent vice-chancellor and other basic amenities in the campus while braving the rains, Telangana Education Minister Sabitha Indra Reddy urged them to stop their agitation.

She made this request through Twitter on Thursday.

The Minister had apparently assured that the demands of the students will be addressed shortly. "The students can reach out to the local MLAs, the district collector, and the Education Ministry itself if they face any problems in the institution," the minister said while asking the students to attend classes and focus on their studies,” she said during an emergency meeting held on Wednesday over the students' protest at IIIT Basara.

Students were protesting the poor quality of the food and requesting that other basic amenities be improved, as well as the appointment of a permanent vice-chancellor.

Speaking on the demands put forth by the students, the minister said: "All the demands will be addressed shortly." In the meeting, the minister also urged the political leaders not to politicise the students' future and keep education out of politics.  "The students can reach out to the local MLAs, the district collector, and the Education Ministry itself if they face any problems in the institution," the minister said while asking the students to attend classes and focus on their studies.

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