Clash in University of Hyderabad leaves 8 injured

Written by | January 23, 2014 | 0

Hyderabad Jan 23: A tiff between two student union groups broke into clashes in University of Hyderabad late on Tuesday night, leaving eight wounded.
Police said students from Bahujan Students Front (BSF) and Students Federation of India (SFI) were involved in the clash. The fight started after the varsity’s students union calling for its counsel meeting. While BSF students refused to be part of the meeting on grounds that they were not issued a circular about it, SFI cadres on campus decided to go ahead with the meeting around 6 pm Tuesday.
The clash between the two party cadres happened around 10 pm outside the university with both parties blaming each other.

SFI cadres said they were targeted to settle political scores. “One of the students suffered severe injuries on his left palm and now there are six stitches on his hand,” alleged S Parameshudu, a leader.

Filed in: Hyderabad

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