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B Upnedra Rao | HENB | Hyderabad | July 29, 2017:: Upping the ante against the administration of University of Hyderabad (UoH), who, along with police officials, removed a temporary structure installed on Kargil Vijay Diwas to commemorate the Kargil martyrs+, many local Hindu Activists helped the members of Akhil Bharatiya Vidhyarthi Parishad to install a concrete structure of ‘permanent nature’ at the same place on early Friday morning.
In a late night operation on Thursday, the University of Hyderabad officials along with city police demolished a make shift Kargil memorial, leading to widespread protest among students who participated in Kargil Divas event on Wednesday.
The memorial was established by members of Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) on Wednesday to observe the Kargil Divas at South shopping complex. More than 50 students participated in the event with candles and posters in their hands.
For the clandestine move of Hyderabad University and City Police, the nationalist sentiment was grossly hurt and the local ‘Hyderabad Hinduwadis’ and ABVP activists took it as a challenge to install a permanent Kargil memorial in the same place from it was removed by a police action.
On Friday morning, more than hundred ABVP activists along with a strong group of ex-students being local Hinduwadis thronged at South shopping complex and started construction work for a concrete Kargil memorial and completed it within a hour or more.
In response, the varsity administration issued a note stating that it will not set a precedent by allowing one student group to install a permanent structure on the campus. The junction at the South shopping Campus where the memorial has been installed has also been re-named as Kargil Chowk, by ABVP. The administration maintains that it “will initiate a dialogue with all student groups to desist from such actions”.
ABVP said no threat of disciplinary action will budge from promoting nationalistic feeling on campus. “As per University rules, no group can erect any permanent or semi-permanent structure on the campus, without the explicit permission of administration,” an official statement read. But. in a little distant UoH could never see a memorial of a student name Rohit Vemula, who committed suicide for not any clear reason. Now, University authority was on their toe to remove a Kargil Memorial from that vicinity.
A spokesperson of ABVP told HENB that there would be no compromise for a Memorial dedicated to the Martyrs of Kargil War.