By ZeroHour News
Hyderabad, May 3 Though, AP High Court constituted a 10 members panel to look into the suicide cases at EFLU, Hyderabad and to suggest measures to prevent this, the campus has again witnessed the suicidal death of a PhD scholar. Mohd Mohiuddin (33), a Ph.D scholar of Arabic, hanged himself at a mosque in the nearby Osmania University early Thursday. The notable point is that Mohiuddin had submitted his thesis and on Thursday itself he had to attend for Viva. The scholar hailed from Tamilnadu and was residing in a nearby mosque as he was no longer on the roll of the EFLU. He left the suicide note on which he has blamed none for his extreme action.
Just two months ago university had rocked with the suicide of another PhD scholar Modassir Kamran and students were in flames demanding justice for Modasir. The suicide of Modasir had made the EFLU students to form a struggle committee which has continued the nationwide debate on suicides. On 30th April, AP High Court also constituted a 10 members panel to suggest measures to prevent suicide.
The rights groups and students have been demanding counseling center for students in the campus but the authorities have not started the process citing the space crunch as the reason behind.
These students are under the spell of a group of student thugs. In front of others, the key words are democracy, rights, justice, and equality. Never in the history of this university have students been so violent and irrational in their behavior. Just look at the walls of this once-beautiful campus, and you will see whether they are from LKG class or from PhD class. Intimidation and shouting are their favourite tactics. Now they know the majority of students do not support them. Nobody heeds their bandh calls, esp when police are on campus! That is why they want the police out. They want to hold admin to ransom. Campus needs psychiatrists and counsellors. No doubt about that. Do that as soon as possible. Otherwise this lovely place will fall prey to the evil designs of these students and their faculty supporters. They know they are in minority, but they keep asking for democracy! Small number wants violence, how can this be right? They have some political support from the left, esp from people who are far away and don’t know ground situation or issues. They too hear the words police, democracy, rights, justice, and are out with their pens to sign petitions!
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