Covid 2nd wave: Students of Mohan Babu’s Sree Vidyanikethan protest against management

The second wave of Covid outbreak is showing adverse effects on the common public. The Covid caseload per day has breached the 3-lakh mark in India and the effect of the second wave is expected to subside only by early June.

By Xappie Desk, April 28, 2021 06:35 IST

Coming to the topic, the students of Sree Vidyanikethan Institutions, owned and operated by noted Telugu actor Mohan Babu have started protesting against the management.
Students claim the situation inside the campus is horrific as the number of Covid cases is increasing at an alarming rate. The protesting students mentioned that one of the lecturers had contracted Covid very recently and he succumbed to Covid-related medical condition. It is understood that there are no fewer than 150 such cases inside the campus alone. They say the management is not reporting any of these worrisome developments to the outside world.
A few students went on record saying they are being manhandled by the management and their phones are being snatched away as the management is trying to clear up the mess they have created.
Amid all the havoc that has been wrecked by Sree Vidyanikethan management, they are now trying to hold annual examinations. Students are now protesting for their own safety and asking related authorities to intervene at the earliest.

సినీ నటుడు మోహన్ బాబుకి చెందిన శ్రీ విద్యానికేతన్ ఇంజనీరింగ్ కళాశాలలో ఒక లెక్చరర్ కరోనా వల్ల చనిపోయినా, 150 విద్యార్థులకు కరోన వచ్చినా కళాశాలలో తరగతులు నిర్వహిస్తూ...కరోన వచ్చిన వారిని కూడా పరీక్షలకు హాజరు అవ్వాలని కళాశాల యాజమాన్యం చెప్పడం అత్యంత దారుణం, అమానవీయం.(1/2)

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