MP from Kerala, TN Prathapan requests this from govt of Telangana
MP from Kerala, TN Prathapan requests this from govt of Telangana

Political scuffle is surging in the Tamil Nadu. In a letter to the Telangana Chief Minister, Congress Member of Parliament (MP) TN Prathapan has described the case against 14 students at the Hyderabad Central University (HCU) for taking part in anti-CAA protest as troubled. The FIR (first information) has been registered by the Raidurgam police station, Cyberabad, against the students for taking part in protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and National Register of Citizens (NRC) on February 21, 2020. 

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Although the FIR was registered in February, the students knew about it only a few days ago this month, when one of the students got a notice to arrive before the investigating officer. MP Prathapan urged the CM to withdraw the case against them “to protect the fundamental rights of students to protest”. "It must be considered as an unfortunate action by Telangana police while we have numerous accounts of misleading and biased actions of Delhi Police towards anti CAA protests. I didn't expect such a move from your government towards the dissent of students' community against the unconstitutional citizenship act by NDA government," said the MP from Kerala.

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Naming the students charged in the FIR, Prathapan said that they should be considered promising youth who “peacefully strengthen democratic values of our society through their dissent”.  They hail from different states including Telangana, Kerala, Jammu and Kashmir, Delhi and Bihar. It was on February 21 that they took part in a rally from Hyderabad Central University to Maulana Azad National Urdu University (MANUU).

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